Re: [U2] [AD] What are you using to develop your web pages? JavaScript? PHP? .Net?

2005-10-13 Thread Symeon Breen
We have used designbais and it is a good tool no doubt - We also do stuff in PHP writing to MySQL on the back and then have U2 routines to read and write the MySQL tables. The PHP works very well and it is easy to read/write mysql from your Unibasic. On 10/12/05, Dave Bryant [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [U2] U2 XML/DB Tool

2005-10-13 Thread Symeon Breen
I have not got it to connect either - same arror as above - so if you find how to fix it please do tell. On 10/12/05, Jerry Banker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is a toll that comes on the client CD or download. Not documented in the UV documentation but is in the Unidata docs in the basic

Re: [OT] [U2] chance encounter with a u2 site

2005-10-13 Thread Symeon Breen
Take a look at the following - they are all well known websites that have a unidata system in their somwhere supplying data to the JSP front end www.aerlingus.com www.snow.com www.thomascook.com www.malaysiaairlines.com www.flysaa.com On 10/11/05, rbl000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: They began

Re: [U2] [AD] What are you using to develop your web pages? JavaScript? PHP? .Net?

2005-10-14 Thread Symeon Breen
a windows odbc. On 10/13/05, Wendy Smoak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] it is easy to read/write mysql from your Unibasic. Really? So far we have not been successful getting a connection from UniBasic to a SQL database. What are you using? (My guess is that you're

Re: [U2] connection from UniBasic to a SQL database [was What are you using to develop your web pages...] {Unclassified}

2005-10-14 Thread Symeon Breen
MySql is easy - i understand it is perhaps not as easy if you are talking MS sql and your U2 is on unix - as said above third party drivers are required or an odbc bridge ! On 10/14/05, Mats Carlid [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: gerry-u2ug wrote: things are not this simle on unix - 3rd party odbc

Re: [U2] Unix to SQL Server

2005-11-15 Thread Symeon Breen
Old ground it is - you either need a third party unix odbc driver for ms Sql or a third party odbc bridge (my preferred) from the likes of easysoft. On 11/15/05, Norman, David (SAAS) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I know I'm probably going over old ground again, but what's the present state of play

Re: [U2] Unix to SQL Server

2005-11-15 Thread Symeon Breen
Link :- http://www.easysoft.com/products/data_access/odbc_odbc_bridge/index.html On 11/15/05, Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Old ground it is - you either need a third party unix odbc driver for ms Sql or a third party odbc bridge (my preferred) from the likes of easysoft. On 11

Re: [U2] unidata on sun boxes

2005-11-17 Thread Symeon Breen
Most of our clients are on sun fires, e8000 etc running unidata - works fine. Clients are java for web or VB for desktop but they connect through our own proprietry method rather than objects,jdbc etc. On 11/16/05, George Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone care to comment on their experience

Re: [U2] 15,200 users attained on IBM's U2 UniVerse

2005-11-23 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Tim - great info - I am always being asked how U2 performs and this is helpfull to a point. However without being critical it does not realy say much in terms of real stats ie. Number of transactions, IO read/writes, program executions etc per second/minute/day . Maybe bear such info in mind

Re: [U2] wIntegrate 3.x support for Unidata 7

2005-12-15 Thread Symeon Breen
The wintegrate programs are in WIN.PROGS, you should be able to compile them and if they do not compile edit them accordingly - i dont see why it should not work - it is only databasic. On 12/15/05, Robert Paterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I understand the if it ain't broke comments. But

[U2] Quick question on the udt catalog verb

2006-01-05 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi - just a quick one On Universe you can edit attributes 7 and 8 (i think) of the voc entry for CATALOG (and BASIC) to change the default behaviour. Can this be done in unidata as well ?? No problem if not, I have a plan B ;) Thanks Sym. --- u2-users mailing list

Re: [U2] DCOUNT

2006-01-06 Thread Symeon Breen
If we where obj orientated we could have REC15.dcount but alas no On 1/6/06, Larry Hiscock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark Johnson wrote: REMOVE doesn't give you the MV counter for the associated fields by itself. You have to manage separately and hope to keep in sync. That's more

Re: [U2] UV: Other ways of replicating?

2006-01-19 Thread Symeon Breen
I know some people who did the transaction logging and replay trick a few years ago on unidata before it got replication - turned into a bit of a nightmare for them, tho in the end it did the job. I think os level would be best. On 1/13/06, John Hester [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Doyle

Re: [U2] XML Extraction

2006-01-19 Thread Symeon Breen
I have seen something similar and it was to do with the XML in the .EXT file being in upper case e.g U2xml_extraction xmlns:U2xml=http://www.ibm.com/U2-xml; U2xml:extraction should be U2XML_extraction xmlns:U2xml=http://www.ibm.com/U2-xml; U2XML:extraction On 1/17/06, Burwell, Edward [EMAIL

Re: [U2] Run SBClient in a browser

2006-01-19 Thread Symeon Breen
You can run wintegrate in a browser, not heard of SB Client in a browser tho (with the exception of citrix) On 1/18/06, DAVID WOLVERTON [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Only if the Browser is attached to a Citrix Session!! But if you wait, the word is there will be an Eclipse version of SBClient that

Re: [U2] UV: Other ways of replicating?

2006-01-25 Thread Symeon Breen
Ken - the nightmare was in the time and effort to get it setup for 100+ accounts and 1000 users. Once done it did work, tho they did have the odd hickup. On 1/19/06, Ken Wallis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Symeon Breen wrote: I know some people who did the transaction logging and replay trick

Re: [U2] eval question

2006-01-25 Thread Symeon Breen
use EVAL @RECORD40 | @RECORD53 etc basicaly anything you can use in an I type dict item, tho there are restrictions I believe on number of levels. On 1/25/06, Jeff Powell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to use eval to format a response from a uniquery list. This works if I use

Re: [U2] XML Issue

2006-01-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Maybe it is just the way you have cut and pasted but the new xml does not have the closing /VEHICLE and /VEHICLEPOSITIONS tags. On 1/26/06, Nancy Fisher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a new URL to download some XML data and although the xml data is supposed to be nearly identical to what

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

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] CAll Stack

2006-02-07 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi andy, Seems you can do this in universe using system but perhaps not unidata Rgds Symeon On 2/7/06, Brian Leach [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Whilst we're on the subject, has anyone compiled a list of these 'undocumented' system() values? Brian -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

Re: [U2] UniVerse 10.2

2006-02-16 Thread Symeon Breen
Sounds good - when will this be out on unidata ? On 2/16/06, Ewinger Klaus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Mike, This is what I understood from last years DB2 conference in Orlando: Yes, web services use SOAP and XML over http. The new SOAP server in UniVerse 10.2 should offer both and expose

Re: [U2] [UD] Using Veritas Cluster Server with Unidata

2006-02-24 Thread Symeon Breen
I heard of these guys using it - thats all tho im afraid http://www.hds.com/pdf/cs_naca.pdf On 2/23/06, Andy Pflueger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, We have a project in the works up the corporate chain which involves setting up our Unidata/Oracle production system in a Veritas Cluster

Re: Re: Re: [U2] [UD] Using Veritas Cluster Server with Unidata

2006-02-28 Thread Symeon Breen
Actually puting Unidata in a cluster environment is of imense interest to me and could solve some huge problems i am facing - has anyone any further info on veritas or any other clustering solution for unidata . Thanks Symeon. www.a2c-ltd.com --- u2-users mailing list

[U2] Shell Escape

2006-03-30 Thread Symeon Breen
I dont think source'ing it will work anyway as i presume unidata executes ! as a seperate shell anyway, so the source will only exist for the life of the shell. In my experiments that has been the case anyway. Also i have found sourcing to work fine from unidata either using !source script params

[U2] XML processing

2006-04-03 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Guys - I am currently working on a problem I have, with JayJay at IBM but thought I would throw it open to see if anyone else out there has seen something similar. I am using PREPAREAML/OPENXMLDATA/READXML to process some fairly large XMl files (over 30 meg) very succesfully. However i do have

Re: [U2] XML processing

2006-04-05 Thread Symeon Breen
you go? -- *From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] *Sent:* Monday, 3 April 2006 19:06 *To:* u2 users group u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org *Subject:* [U2] XML processing Hi Guys - I am currently

Re: [U2] Newest UV UniDebugger

2006-04-06 Thread Symeon Breen
I do use it all the time and have encountered numerous problems, with breakpoints, also in using run to cursor. If you do get into a muddle and reset does not work you can do Session-show duel session. This is the actual session in debug, so you can then do E or whatever command you need + you can

Re: [U2] Unidata XML

2006-04-26 Thread Symeon Breen
I too have spent many months on XML in U2 (Unidata). Donald has given you a good set of pointers above. The only thing I might add is that I have found getting XML into U2 using Unibasic is realy rather easy. Getting XML out using Unibasic needs a bit more thought, and unfortunatly does not always

Re: [U2] call sunroutine in command line

2006-05-09 Thread Symeon Breen
Easiest way is to write a program with no parameters that then prompts for each entry in the parameter list and then calls the subroutine correctly. On 09/05/06, Vance, Kathy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All, How could I test a subroutine with AccuTerm command line? For example, the subroutine

Re: [U2] [UV] unirpc daemon, stopping and re-starting it from cron

2006-05-10 Thread Symeon Breen
As above, LANG=C (or similar) must be set for rpcd to work correctly. other uv services work fine with LANG set to anything, rpc needs it tho ... Rgds On 10/05/06, Lembit Pirn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is the LANG setting correct (C) ? Senn, Bruce wrote: FWIW, you can't always be sure of

Re: [U2] Citrix with Universe

2006-05-15 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi - I have had experiance of a VB app that connects to Unidata, with the VB app distributed via citrix.- This was on windows, but I believe there is a mac citrix client so it should be fine. One thing to note is that we did use the IP address of the vb client for security, however in a citrix

[U2] php and udt

2006-05-16 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi - has anyone got experiance or ideas of using php to access unidata data and unibasic routines - this would be on linux ? I know there used to be a perl DBI but that was for udt v 4.0 so I presume it does not work now. I have a few ideas but want to know if someone has been there before.

Re: [U2] php and udt

2006-05-17 Thread Symeon Breen
, Lembit Pirn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes, we have. If You are interested, please contact me off-line. Symeon Breen wrote: Hi - has anyone got experiance or ideas of using php to access unidata data and unibasic routines - this would be on linux ? I know there used to be a perl DBI

Re: [U2] IBM U2 UniData ODBC sample working program

2006-06-02 Thread Symeon Breen
Angelo - I have lots - i will send one on to you off list if that is ok Symeon. On 02/06/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Angelo Do you mean ODBC from UniData (BCI) or into UniData (UniODBC?) For BCI, check the (new) knowledge base at: www.mvopen.org/kb/ There is an

Re: [U2] IBM U2 UniData ODBC sample working program

2006-06-08 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Angelo - as mentioned i will send you an example program later (sorry been a bit busy) What i have done for unidata on linux is the following ... 1. Install the databases odbc library (i.e. MyODBC for MySQL) 2. Environment variables (these are the locations i normally set)

Re: [U2] IBM U2 UniData ODBC sample working program

2006-06-14 Thread Symeon Breen
- Cheers, Angelo Collazo System Administrator Silver Line Windows -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 9:48 AM To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: Re: [U2] IBM U2 UniData ODBC sample working

Re: [U2] Re: [UV] Formating a XML string

2006-06-16 Thread Symeon Breen
If you are on linux you can use xml_pp - it has a few different styles you can use and is v fast and easy to do e.g. xml_pp -s nice doc.xml rgds Symeon. On 15/06/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Absolutely! By using a stylesheet you can pretty-print your XML in U2 (see

Re: [U2] .net - universe 10.1.14

2006-06-20 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Bob - my experience with Redback tels me that i would look very carefully at what i wanted to do if i was to go down that path again. If you are wanting to do some .net development then uniobjects.net gives you a a heap of classes you can use in your app. Or mv.net gets some pretty good write

[U2] XML.H

2006-06-21 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Guys - I seem to remember this being mentioned before, but I can not find the email. The XML.H include shipped with udt 7.1 does not have the equates for the XDOM api (e.g. XML.FROM.FILE). Can someone pass them on to me please. Thanks Symeon. --- u2-users mailing list

Re: [U2] .net - universe 10.1.14

2006-06-21 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Bob - I have sat through the demos etc. I think maybe if you are integrating with biztalk redback may be better, as biztalk is a business integration piece and likes business objects etc. All the same it will need carefull planning to get the best out of the solution, but then again doesnt it

Re: [U2] XML.H

2006-06-22 Thread Symeon Breen
] Ph: 732.435.1000 X4495 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 12:33 PM To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: [U2] XML.H Hi Guys - I seem to remember this being mentioned before, but I can

[U2] XML handleing in U2

2006-06-23 Thread Symeon Breen
This is seriously flawed ! I have over the past years, as some of you know, already had problems reading XML docs that are utf-8 encoded, problems being processes crashing out randomly etc. Now I am using the XDOM routines to parse an xml document, and they fail to work if there are characters

Re: [U2] PDF Document

2006-06-28 Thread Symeon Breen
Hey Andy - I have used the unix utils that convert a txt file to a postscript (txt2ps) file and then a postscript to a pdf (ps2pdf) . These where for fairly simply formatted text files. You can also run an xsl against an xml (using xsltproc) to reformat it, and perhaps run one of the above tools

Re: [U2] [UD] XML levels question

2006-06-28 Thread Symeon Breen
The xml parser handles any number of levels - it is when you want to map that data back into a record, we are limited to attributes, values and subvalues. I have used the approach you mention of having two EXT files to solve this and have had it working fine. If you are not getting seperate

[U2] uniobjects/unirpc setup

2006-06-30 Thread Symeon Breen
I have a udt on linux machine that has several apps connecting to it via uniobjects. (designbais + some of our own asp and asp.net apps) I have found that if i have just one uniobjects session open (i.e. if designbais, or unidebugger has one) then all the other apps, that need to open and close a

[U2] Re: uniobjects/unirpc setup

2006-07-03 Thread Symeon Breen
Anyone got any ideas on this at all? Thanks Symeon. On 30/06/06, Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a udt on linux machine that has several apps connecting to it via uniobjects. (designbais + some of our own asp and asp.net apps) I have found that if i have just one uniobjects

Re: [U2][UV]How to start properly uv from cron ?

2006-07-06 Thread Symeon Breen
Phantoms that use the socket api will take a licence. Phantoms that use sockets in other means (gci) do not. On 04/07/06, Bob Witney [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Don't phantoms that use socekts etc now take a license ? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

[U2] unidata 7.1.0

2006-07-07 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Guys - is there anyone out there running udt 7.1.0 on Redhat Enterprise linux ES 64bit at all ? please contact me if so ... Thanks Symeon. --- u2-users mailing list u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org To unsubscribe please visit http://listserver.u2ug.org/

Re: [U2] Changing server IP address

2006-07-10 Thread Symeon Breen
If you have copied universe onto the new server you will have to transfer the licence. If universe is just staying on the old machine, and it is just the ip that is changing then you should be fine. (when i last did it anyway ...). rgds Symeon. On 10/07/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [U2] asymmetric encyption

2006-07-18 Thread Symeon Breen
Do the U2 ENCRYPT and DECRYPT functions not do what you want ? On 14/07/06, Raymond DeGennaro II [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 00:44 +0200 2006/07/14, 8ukasz s wrote: has anyone got some implementation in PICK (UVI, U2, JBASE) BASIC (or somethig similar) of asymmetric encryption algorithm

Re: [U2] [UV] time()

2006-07-25 Thread Symeon Breen
Barry - on Unidata there is SYSTEM(9) which gives the CPU millisecond count within the current program. - not sure what the uv equiv is Rgds Sym. --- u2-users mailing list u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org To unsubscribe please visit http://listserver.u2ug.org/

Re: [U2] Encrypt

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi John - I have used crypt and decrypt from unidata and in .net. There was an issue with both crypt and decrypt in that a trailing char(10) was added or something. - See IBM issue 8088 On 27/07/06, John Godzina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: PHP and perl. I can do the implementation if need be,

Re: [U2] Encrypt

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Sorry - i forgot to say, whenever i do an encrypt i check it for a trailing char(10) and if it does, i strip it out. Similarly when i decrypt i add a char(10) onto the end. On 27/07/06, Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi John - I have used crypt and decrypt from unidata and in .net

Re: [U2][UV] XML DOM

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Perry, If you are talking the EXT file then the things to be careful of are the starting point in the xml tree as defined by the start property and where to place the , to denote MV and SV extraction. If you are talking the DOM then it may be good to have a look at the xml in some sort of DOM

[U2] device licensing question ...

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Is this normal behaviour ? I have device licencing switched on, on a 4 user udt system on Linux. I have 3 telnet sessions from different hosts, and i have two vb processes on a web server connected using UO. I now want to run an ASP.NET app that connectes from the same web server via UO.NET and

Re: [U2] device licensing question ...

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
version that addresses that. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: 27 Jul 2006 14:28 To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: [U2] device licensing question ... Is this normal behaviour ? I have device

Re: [U2][UV] XML DOM

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
, Perry Taylor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Symeon, What are the spurious problems when using utf-8 encoding? Perry -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 4:08 AM To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org

Re: [U2] device licensing question ...

2006-07-27 Thread Symeon Breen
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: 27 Jul 2006 16:23 To: u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org Subject: Re: [U2] device licensing question ... I am on udt 7.1 on redhat Enterprise ES 4 EM64T, so only a year old. UODOTNET.DLL version is 2.1.0.7137

Re: [U2] Replication Between Unidata and MySQL

2006-07-30 Thread Symeon Breen
BTW - i have succesfully used the MySQL odbc drivers on unix to write to MySQL on windows and unix machines using the unidata bci calls from my databasic - it works very well . One point to note - there was a bug in version 4 of the MyODBC drivers that go with MySQL 4. The bug was to do with the

Re: [U2] Getting information on udt processes

2006-08-04 Thread Symeon Breen
BTW I have found that port.status stack.trace, atleast on linux, on a unirpcd process sometimes does not work, it does not return anything ! Not sure why. On 02/08/06, Wendy Smoak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/2/06, Tom Dodds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you are on UniVerse it is LAYER.STACK

[U2] ObjectDataSource and UO.Net

2006-08-07 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Group - I have partially used the .net ObjectDataSource as a datasource to a GridView control in .net for lookup purposes and programatically controlled the datasource from data using uniobjects.net. I would like to go to the next level and have a fully interactive CRUD grid using uniobjects,

Re: [U2] RE: [UD] Program Cache Expiration - RESTATED

2006-08-08 Thread Symeon Breen
In Unidata there is a NEWVERSION option on the CATALOG verb that is supposed to push the program live to shared memory which i took to meaning that already running processes would use. You can only do this if you are logged in as root. However i have tried this, and my uniobjects app still used

Re: [U2] Installing UniObjects on Linux

2006-08-08 Thread Symeon Breen
As far as I was aware the actual unidk install is windows only, however you can then grab the uojsdk directory and use what you need from there - the class files are zipped in the lib directory etc... rgds Symeon. On 08/08/06, Wendy Smoak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/8/06, gibboda [EMAIL

Re: [U2] Hosted UniData

2006-08-09 Thread Symeon Breen
I have my unidata CoLo'd - If your hosting centre allows CoLo then they dont really care what DB you run so there are no issues on that front. As for hosting, you will probably need a hosting provider that is able to support unidata, of which there are some, but i can not remember who they are. My

Re: [U2] Hosted UniData UniVerse (generic response)

2006-08-10 Thread Symeon Breen
Stephen, can you clarify please - when you say host, I presume you mean 'be the hosting service provider' and not an end user who has their hardware in a hosting centre rgds Symeon. On 09/08/06, Stephen O'Neal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just make sure your on the same O/S. Don't go

Re: [U2] Caché and UniVerse

2006-08-15 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Clause - there are a few people on cdp (comp.databases.pick) who know about cache, maybe pop on there (i use google groups to access it) and pop the question ... rgds Symeon. On 15/08/06, Claus Derlien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have started to look alittle on Cachi from Intersystems, and

Re: [U2] Encrypt issue 8088

2006-08-25 Thread Symeon Breen
Here is my standard crypt sub FUNCTION AD.CRYPT(Word,key,iv) * Function to crypt something i.e. a password * a2c limited, Oct2005 Crypt=Word Err='';result='';resLoc=1;salt='' algorithm=rc2-cbc Err=ENCRYPT(algorithm,2,Word,1,key,1,1,salt,iv,result,resLoc) IF NOT(Err) THEN

Re: [U2] [UV] up-arrow w/command stack

2006-08-31 Thread Symeon Breen
Is there an equivalent in udt ? On 31/08/06, Womack, Adrian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Rather than writing a program and using SYSTEM(4001) SYSTEM(4002), a slightly easier way is to use: COMMAND.EDITOR ON ALL acct name PI/Open had the COMMAND.EDITOR command years ago, and it was documented.

[U2] uo.net question

2006-09-11 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi, I have been using the ReadListAsStringArray method of the uniselectlist object and have found a problem, if there is only one record on file, .ReadListAsStringArray returns null into the string array. How have people dealt with this in their code ? Thanks Symeon. --- u2-users mailing

Re: [U2] uo.net question

2006-09-12 Thread Symeon Breen
Brian -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Symeon Breen Sent: 11 September 2006 20:12 To: u2 users group Subject: [U2] uo.net question Hi, I have been using the ReadListAsStringArray method of the uniselectlist object

[U2] uniobjects (.net) ecltype

2006-09-14 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi, Is it possible to set the ECLTYPE for a uniobjects or UO.NET connection in an account. It does not use the LOGIN paragraph for the account, and is defaulting to ECLTYPE U wheras i want my UniCommand to execute in ECLTPE P mode for this particular account. Thanks Symeon. --- u2-users

Re: [U2] Web-Base Terminal Emulation

2006-09-27 Thread Symeon Breen
wintegrate does this also ! Rgds Symeon. --- u2-users mailing list u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org To unsubscribe please visit http://listserver.u2ug.org/

Re: [U2] SSH on Windows Server

2006-10-02 Thread Symeon Breen
On 30/09/06, John Jenkins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Karen UniData and UniVerse both support SSL native via OpenSSL - and this works with Dynamic Connect (if you don't have wIntegrate or SBClient). So unless you specifically want to use SSH? Regards JayJay --- u2-users mailing list

Re: [U2] [UV] How to create unix .netrc file?

2006-10-04 Thread Symeon Breen
uv seems to ignore any files in a type 1/19 directory file begining with a dot. I think this is because it places a .Type1 entry in there so it can identify if it is type 1 or 19, and ofcourse you would want this ignored in any selct or list commands etc. Rgds Symeon. --- u2-users mailing

Re: [U2] Linux Intercall library

2006-10-12 Thread Symeon Breen
Yes I seem to remember the Intercall manual tells you how. rgds Symeon. On 12/10/06, David Tod Sigafoos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a Intercall library for Linux? If so .. where can i find it If not how is the same functionality achieved? thanks --- u2-users mailing list

Re: [U2] [UV] ODBC connections

2006-11-01 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Easysoft do an odbc gateway so your oracle app connects to the gateway, which in turn connects to the universe odbc. It does not have to know what the end point DB is. Rgds Symeon. On 31/10/06, I-Rafferty, Paul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the updates. Unfortunately Easysoft do

Re: [U2] [UV] Auto start a phantom process

2006-11-06 Thread Symeon Breen
On 03/11/06, Bill Haskett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder if one can do the same thing in UniData? Yes - udt command works from the shell - e.g. udt PHANTOM command.name you do ofcourse need a path to udt setup. rgds Symeon. --- u2-users mailing list u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org To

Re: [U2] Universe Equivalent of the UnIData DIR command

2006-11-08 Thread Symeon Breen
On windows do dos dir on *nix do sh ls -ailor similar. Rgds Symeon. On 07/11/06, Gordon J Glorfield [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Doug, I'm afraid you're out of luck with this one. You'll have to write your own platform aware replacement. Yet another shortcoming of UniVerse as compared

Re: [U2] Slow uniobjects connections

2006-11-14 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi - I actually had a problem on a w2k3 machine running iis6 where only one uniobjects connection per asp worker process w3p.exe was possible - this made it look very slow - I am not sure where the problem was with this as we re-wrote it in asp.net and it was fine rgds Symeon

Re: [U2] Access to IBM knowledgebase for in-house developers

2006-11-15 Thread Symeon Breen
On 14/11/06, Doug Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 11:16 PM 11/12/2006, you wrote: And another thing, I heard talks about combining user ids on IBM's website to a 1 universal web user id to simplify access. We as Vars are frustrated too as it is confusing of what user id is needed in the

Re: [U2] [UV] Phantom Limits

2006-11-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Also on unidata the config variable NUSERS should not really be overun in terms of udt processes . Rgds Symeon. On 24/11/06, Tom Dodds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In my experience, which is at UV 10.0.x some years back, the limit is not system wide, but was imposed at the host process level.

Re: [U2] Creating XML Extraction File

2006-12-12 Thread Symeon Breen
Maybe your terminology is wrong, but the xml/db tool is for creating an XMAP not an extraction (EXT) The xmap is for mapping data from a DB file to an XML, the EXT is the other way round. Personnaly i would do the EXT code manually, it gives you a better understanding as to what is going on.

Re: [OT][U2] Wintegrate

2006-12-14 Thread Symeon Breen
No No No- Wintegrate wins against Accuterm any day . On 14/12/06, Mark Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you must get wintegrate, it should still be available from IBM. I would strongly go with Accuterm as it wins hands down on many comparisons. Unless your apps are married to

Re: [U2][UV]DBTOXML - XMLTODB and Extended Chars Set

2006-12-19 Thread Symeon Breen
I have had a lot of problems in unidata parsing xml files with characters over decimal 128. It seems there are a number of flaws in the u2 xml api which really do need to be addressed. On 19/12/06, Manu Fernandes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear U2UG, With our Universe 10.1.16 on Linux, we

[U2] soap and ssl

2006-12-27 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi There - i need to make a soap request using a https connection - reading through the soap api there is not a createSecureconnection as there is in the http and the socket api Does anyone know if there a secure connection method with the soap api - or shall i just step back a bit and use the

Re: [U2][UV] XML Extraction

2007-01-03 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Stewart the xpath notation would be ORDERS/@CUSTOMER to take the CUSTOMER attribute of the ORDERS element. On 03/01/07, Mitchell, Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, Does anyone how to extract data from an xml file using attributes. This works for elements but I don't know the

Re: [U2] SOAP and secured HTTP

2007-01-08 Thread Symeon Breen
No it doesn't - if you look at the other api's, that the soap one is built upon, i.e. the http and the socket ones, they both have a opensecure method that you use a security context with. What i have done to do soap on https is use the http api and formulate the soap request manually - not

Re: [U2] Calling a Java Class from a subroutine

2007-01-09 Thread Symeon Breen
Host your class on a server and use the u2 soap api - or the u2 http api to call the webservice methods required. Please do ask if you want some examples. Rgds Symeon. On 09/01/07, lito [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I want to invoke a Webservice (with parameters) from a Subroutine , so far,

Re: [U2] Question about using CallHTTP and secured connection

2007-01-10 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Jason, Without looking at code, the first thing to check is if you can access the https service from the u2 machine, you can try and telnet to the host on port 443. Network error may mean just that (tho it could mean anything knowing u2) and there is a port blocked on a firewall or something.

Re: [U2] Question about using CallHTTP and secured connection

2007-01-11 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Jason - I find the best way to debug these is to turn protocol logging on At the top of the program put something like res=protocolLogging(SymTest.log,ON,10) and at the bottom res=protocolLogging(SymTest.log,OFF,10) The file SymTest.log will then contain detail of the connections and the

Re: [U2] UD: UniObjects permissions

2007-02-05 Thread Symeon Breen
I am not sure how this works on windows, but on *nix the uniobjects user passed in is not as important as the user and mask that the unirpcd deamon is running as. I have had to edit the startud shell script to set the permissions correctly so that anything created by uniobjects is accesible by

Re: [U2] UD: UniObjects permissions

2007-02-07 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Bill - your unirpc service is running as system, what happens is that this process will access the permissions of the file and determine if the user you have used in uniobjects is allowed access. If you have only given access to administrators and unidata on the file, then perhaps it is

Re: [U2] wIntegrate in a phantom

2007-02-23 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi - as you state the wintegrate subs need to be run inside a telent sesion with wintegrate as the client, The funny characters are infact instructions to wintegrate, so there is no way to get them to run outside of this whether in a phantom or not I presume your unidata is on *nix - it is infact

Re: [U2] [AD] Amazon Web Services

2007-02-26 Thread Symeon Breen
I was thinking of writing an EDA and non EDA interface for this so you can open, select, read, write to the google disk space etc -- would anyone be interested in such a thing ?? Rgds Symeon. On 24/02/07, Adrian Merrall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2/24/07, Brutzman, Bill [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [U2] [AD] Amazon Web Services

2007-02-26 Thread Symeon Breen
Sorry - my mistake in the below - i meant the Amazon disk space api. On 26/02/07, Symeon Breen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was thinking of writing an EDA and non EDA interface for this so you can open, select, read, write to the google disk space etc -- would anyone be interested

Re: [U2] Universe Basic questions

2007-03-02 Thread Symeon Breen
Hi Anita - welcome to the world of Universe and Unidata. Firstly Universe is the name of the database and Universe Basic the name of the embedded language which you may want to call stored procedures. So yes - there is a language called Universe Basic or Uni Basic. Based upon Basic it has all

Re: [U2] [UD] ODBC TIMEOUT question

2007-03-06 Thread Symeon Breen
You can change the timeouts in the unirpcservices file. However if your VB app is not coded to accept the exception/error of a timedout connection object you may get into trouble. unirpcservices is in /usr/unishared/unirpc on *nix - there is documentation on what to change. Rgds Symeon. On

Re: [U2] Error in report generation.

2007-03-14 Thread Symeon Breen
On 14/03/07, MAJ Programming [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How does using upper case make a programmer primitive? Considering that beaucoups of prior source code is in pure upper case, it would be hard to cost justify changing the case for its own sake. Accuterm's WED program editor allows you

Re: [U2] Error in report generation.

2007-03-14 Thread Symeon Breen
On 14/03/07, MAJ Programming [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm gonna throw my 4 cents in to hopefully stop this excessive coding. or this doozy of a mess OPEN FILE1 TO F.FILE1 THEN OPEN FILE2 TO F.FILE2 THEN OPEN FILE3 TO F.FILE3 THEN 500 LINES OF PROCESSING AS

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