Re: [U2] RE: XML Issue

2006-01-31 Thread Symeon Breen
I use PREPAREXML and OPENXMLDATA on Unidata and have some UTF-8 and some ISO-8859-1 encoded XML files and they all work fine. Are you on NT or *nix ? On 1/27/06, Andy Pflueger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This resp header works: ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8? The resp header from this URL

[U2] capturing problem

2006-01-31 Thread john reid
Universe 10.1.6 running PICK.FORMAT. We still get this type of entry in the errlog: Jan 30 10:22:55 SPOOL.NUM: 17 Unable to create RedBack capture file. The EXECUTE item CAPTURING CAP.FIELD SETTING SETFIELD does not

Re: [U2] RE: XML Issue

2006-01-31 Thread Symeon Breen
I use PREPAREXML and OPENXMLDATA on Unidata and have some UTF-8 and some ISO-8859-1 encoded XML files and they all work fine. FYI ISO-8859-1 is the old standard which is now no longer developed as they have moved to UTF-8/16, but it should still work fine... Are you on NT or *nix ? On 1/27/06,

RE: [U2] Uv - Conversation from UltPlus

2006-01-31 Thread Gary Gowans
Tom Dodds said... Subject: Hi it's me again. We are still doing a conversion from an UltPlus to UniVerse. We have run across a user exit that I am not familiar with. U11AD is the culprit. Is anyone familiar with this exit and if so does anyone have a basic subroutine to emulate it's

RE: [U2] Uv - Conversation from UltPlus

2006-01-31 Thread BNeylon
To quote my Ultimate Pocket Guide, Version I (Was there a version II?): U11AD Retrieves multiple values from an attribute of an item in a file. See U01AD for format. Bruce M Neylon Health Care Management Group Phone: (301) 608-8633 --- u2-users mailing list u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org To

[U2] Re: XML Issue

2006-01-31 Thread Nancy Fisher
When I replace 'ISO-8859-1 standalone = yes' with 'UTF-8' then I get a mostly successful download of the xml document. There is a problem with a line return in my file after parsing thru the XDOM. Is there something I can do with a map to resolve this? It downloads in a garbled way with the

[U2] UV910 - IBM UniVerse Theory and Practice - US course scheduled

2006-01-31 Thread Wally Terhune
Folks: Based on a recent thread about UniVerse 'internals' class availability - I researched. The class is now named 'UniVerse Theory and Practice'. It has recently been added to the IBM US class schedule. June 6-9 in Denver. Wally Terhune Manager - U2 Advanced Client Support IBM Information

[U2] Active Select list with UniXML

2006-01-31 Thread Victor St Clair
Hello all Haven't had any response on this question. But I sent it out late on Friday afternoon so maybe missed it being seen by some one who know the answer. So I'm resending it now. Hopefully there will be some one who can shed some light on the topic, even if it's just to say nope, you

Re: [U2] UV910 - IBM UniVerse Theory and Practice - US course scheduled

2006-01-31 Thread Martin Phillips
Based on a recent thread about UniVerse 'internals' class availability - I researched. The class is now named 'UniVerse Theory and Practice'. It has recently been added to the IBM US class schedule. June 6-9 in Denver. ... and unfortunately the UK one got cancelled again due to lack of

[U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Walter Vaughan
We are looking extremely hard at moving our company to an MRP/DM vertical solution written to run on the UniVerse platform. Our internal staff has dozens of years experience with filePro, mySQL, PHP, perl... yet we have no experience among the four of us working with UniVerse or any

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Allen E. Elwood
Gee, I dunno...I learned it 20 years ago... snicker -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Walter Vaughan Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006 14:34 To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: [U2] Newbies need love too We are looking extremely hard at

[U2] RE: XML Issue

2006-01-31 Thread Nancy Fisher
My email is currently blocking list mail for SOME reason... I just read your answer in the new feed at the website. Perhaps the standalone = yes is the issue? We are on Windows circa 2003... thanks, Nancy From: Symeon Breen symeonb at gmail.com Subject: Re: [U2] RE: XML Issue Newsgroups:

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Baker Hughes
Walter Team, I'm sure you're going to get flooded with posts now, because there is quite a lot of passion about the Multi-value database model, and you'll find this community extremely helpful. I am so glad y'all are considering an MV based app. Installing PE UV was an excellent start. For

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread phil walker
Try the IBM knowledgebase Sorry I couldn't resist ;-) Walter, you could try http://u2ug.org as a good place to start, there are quite a few knowledgeable people on this list as you may or may not know and people are generally willing to help. I assume as you are buying a package, that you

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Wendy Smoak
On 1/31/06, Walter Vaughan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there not a UniVerse for Dummies website? Our sales rep asked his programmer and he said, I learned it 20 years ago, I don't know how you would learn it today. I have 23 and 28 year old programers that will have to live with this

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Brenda Price
Try jes.com for Jonathan Sisk's books. Our newbies have used that book and others as a reference for learning. Both came from RPG programming to UniVerse. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Walter Vaughan Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Steve Moore
Try here: http://www.osda.org/ They have links to a lot of resources (and members) scattered all around the US and some out of the US ones too. HTH, Steve -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Walter Vaughan Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Jerry Banker
You can look into getting documents and training materials from Malcolm Bull at: http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/mbtraining/ or John Sisk at: http://www.jes.com or documentation and training at IBM or Rainingdata's web sites. http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/u2/pubs/library/

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Al DeWitt
I went to a classes offered by my vendor. There are no UniVerse for Dummies books, but there are some really knowledgeable consultants out there. Ask your vendor for some names. Bring him/her in for a couple of days' introduction. Then let your people play for a month. Then bring the

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Bruce Nichol
Goo'day, Walter, At 17:33 31/01/06 -0500, you wrote: We are looking extremely hard at moving our company to an MRP/DM vertical solution written to run on the UniVerse platform. Our internal staff has dozens of years experience with filePro, mySQL, PHP, perl... yet we have no experience among

RE: [U2] Newbies Need Love Too

2006-01-31 Thread Brutzman, Bill
I was in a similar situation eight years ago. At a show, I spoke with an expert from Ardent, who made convincing arguments that U2 is a first-rate platform and especially well suited to MRP applications. At the time, we were also considering mainstream SQL solutions and the Progress database.

Re: [U2] Active Select list with UniXML

2006-01-31 Thread Ray Wurlod
I think you'll need to use a SelectList object to manipulate the list of keys, a File object to use those keys to access records, possibly a DynamicArray object to receive the results of the File object's Read method, and then run this through the XML generator. - Original Message -

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Bob Little
Walter Vaughan wrote: Is there not a UniVerse for Dummies website? Our sales rep asked his programmer and he said, I learned it 20 years ago, I don't know how you would learn it today. I have 23 and 28 year old programers that will have to live with this solution for the next 20 years.

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Ray Wurlod
As someone who teaches them regularly, I'd recommend the IBM official classes. The UV900 (UniVerse Essentials) class is designed for newbies, who can then stream into UV903 (UniVerse Database Programming) or UV904 (Administering UniVerse). Sure there are others but these three (a) are

RE: [U2] Re: XML Issue - 'ISO-8859-1'

2006-01-31 Thread Stuart . Boydell
The standalone attribute is unrelated to the encoding attribute and tells the parser that a DTD is required or not. The attribute is optional and if you aren't using a DTD, leave it out. If you don't know what a DTD is then you probably aren't using one - they're a way

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Anthony Dzikiewicz
You will probably find that it really isnt difficult to learn. I moved into my current job 12 years ago with absolutely no experience with Universe (actually it was PI/Open and then we moved to Universe). I learned it by just reading, playing on a test account, reading source code, and just

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Dawn Wolthuis
On 1/31/06, Walter Vaughan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We are looking extremely hard at moving our company to an MRP/DM vertical solution written to run on the UniVerse platform. Our internal staff has dozens of years experience with filePro, mySQL, PHP, perl... yet we have no experience

[U2] Dynamic Files

2006-01-31 Thread jbutera
As someone who's not a newbie, but has some newbie questions from time to time... I need some decent info on Unidata dynamic files. I've got the IBM/U2 docs as well as a couple of Fitz Long PDFs on file hashing. In short, we use static hashing on most files and have no trouble, resize weekly

Re: [U2] Dynamic Files

2006-01-31 Thread Timothy Snyder
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 01/31/2006 09:15:09 PM: The file STC.HIST as a dynamic file takes up 4.3Gig of disk space. It has around 944,000 records, a blocksize of 1024 but a modulo of 4,000,000+ When I convert this to a static file, I can properly size it with a modulo of around 94,000

RE: [U2] Re: XML Issue - 'ISO-8859-1'

2006-01-31 Thread Stuart . Boydell
Hmmm, encoding problems... that should have been cafe with a char(233) (e-acute in courier font). S __ From: Stuart.Boydell Also, be aware that UniVerse without NLS uses an ISO-8859-1 based

[U2] Vlist Header Information

2006-01-31 Thread Stuart . Boydell
Does anyone know another way to get the header information from the first 10 or so lines of a vlist? (other than by using a vlist). Cheers, Stuart ** This email message and any files transmitted with it

RE: [U2] Vlist Header Information

2006-01-31 Thread Gyle Iverson
Does anyone know another way to get the header information from the first 10 or so lines of a vlist? (other than by using a vlist). Hello, Stuart. You can use the SRS.UV.HEADER subroutine to get at all the header information shown by VLIST and much more. The SRS.UV.HEADER source code

RE: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Ross Ferris
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:owner-u2- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Bob Little Sent: Wednesday, 1 February 2006 12:12 PM To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: Re: [U2] Newbies need love too As a side note, I'm really encouraged to hear that you have a couple

RE: [U2] Vlist Header Information

2006-01-31 Thread Stuart . Boydell
Thanks Gyle, very good stuff. Stuart __ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gyle Iverson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 1 February 2006 15:48 To:

Re: [U2] Newbies need love too

2006-01-31 Thread Results
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