I've done lots of tables in UniData with VM levels of data. We only have a
couple of files that have SVM level data - a co-worker of mine set at least
one up that was working with Crystal reports.

For the multi-values it simply keeps the information that it needs to access
it as part of the primary key. I would think that it simply does the same
with subvalues.

You just appear to have a lot more tables and some of them have some pretty
funky primary keys. 

Colin Alfke
Calgary, Alberta Canada

"Just because something isn't broken doesn't mean that you can't fix it"

Stu Pickles

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Geoffrey Mitchell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 12:06 PM
>To: U2 Users Discussion List
>Subject: Re: UV to Text Conversion Standard?
>To my knowledge, no.  Not in Universe anyway.  I *think* (from 
>the docs,
>I've never played with it) that UniData has a way to map sub-values to
>ODBC/JDBC, but UniVerse does not.  Multivalues work fine, but 
>it doesn't
>go any lower than that.
>Best answer: don't use sub-values.  They're evil, anyway.
>On Fri, 2004-04-16 at 12:48, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> Thank you, but what is the exact method to do this?
>> I have never seen a "view of SVM level data" that actually works.
>> Using ODBC or any other tool
>> And by "works" I mean that it understands the relationship 
>of the SVM data to the VM data and the relationship of that to 
>the AM data and properly processes table-in-a-table 
>configurations for editing, etc.
>> It's one thing to use BY-EXP to understand VM level tables, 
>but can you really use some tool to understand SVM embedded 
>data at that second table level?
>> Will
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