Barry Rogen | 1 Jul 15:11 2007

{Blocked Content} RE: [U2] NJ UV opportunity

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i was the one who made query if you should be able to help in my endeavor

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Subject: [U2] NJ UV opportunity

Could Dave Rosen or anyone give me back the particulars on this opportunity in
NJ.

I deleted the emails and then I found someone who's interested.

Thanks
Mark Johnson
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Dan Fitzgerald | 1 Jul 15:53 2007
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OFFLISTRE: [U2] NJ UV opportunity

Hmm... Will is something of a list Troll. Caveat Emptor.

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i was the one who made query if you should be able to help in my endeavor

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Subject: [U2] NJ UV opportunity

Could Dave Rosen or anyone give me back the particulars on this opportunity
in
NJ.

I deleted the emails and then I found someone who's interested.

Thanks
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will | 1 Jul 20:57 2007

Re: OFFLISTRE: [U2] NJ UV opportunity

What does "list Troll" mean?

Will Williams

Dan Fitzgerald wrote:
> Hmm... Will is something of a list Troll. Caveat Emptor.
>
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Moderator | 2 Jul 12:32 2007

RE: [U2] Device Licensing

REPOSTED FOR NON-MEMBER ADDRESS: John Jenkins <u2guru <at> btopenworld.com>
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  That's one for Accuterm - Accuterm supports connectivity to U2 rather than vice-versa.

  Try using Dynamic Connect - if that works then the problem is with the Accuterm software, possibly with the
DL software version included in this case. 

  If DC does not work on a straight telnet outside SSH and you have a valid database license for DL then either
you have a (very old) version; the version of DC is out of step with the database; or you have something else
getting in the way..... 

  Device Licensing exchanges tokens between client and server using credentials obtained from the client
(see SYSTEM(51)). If this information is being denied or trashed in some way then that would explain it to
some extent.

  If DC works direct and not via SSH compare SYSTEM(51) between the two. I have assumed that you are using the
correct DL shell if you are on Unix .......... "uv", "uvsh" and "udt" will not cut it.

  If however DC does not work within SSH - and it *does* work outside SSH then you have an issue with something
SSH is doing. This may not be an easy one to resolve.

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john reid | 2 Jul 14:41 2007
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Re: [U2] 1 - 4 Years

OUCH!
Probably not without looking at the manual though..
:-)

On 6/29/07, MAJ Programming <majprogramming <at> comcast.net> wrote:
> Aside from the historical rambling, your question on LOCATE can be easily
> answered tenfold by the persons on this forum.
>
> Mark Johnson
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> To: <u2-users <at> listserver.u2ug.org>
> Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 2:38 PM
> Subject: RE: [U2] 1 - 4 Years
>
>
> > I resemble that comment (Pick Aware 2003).
> >
> > As a side note:  Early in our test/evaluation, our software vendor
> > salesperson had said that the database system used by the application was
> > "Informix".
> >
> > "Oh Yeah, that sounds familiar. I took some sailing classes in the San
> > Francisco Bay with a gal that worked at Informix."
> >
> > So needless to say that I spent about 3 months on the IIUG.org list-serv.
> I
> > even hired a "Informix" consultant to help get our Web application hooked
> up
> > to our new application software's database via ODBC.
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Perry Taylor | 2 Jul 20:51 2007

[U2][UV] GROUP Command Equivalent

Is anyone aware of a way in UniVerse to programmatically determine the
group to which an item will hash, either using a command similar the
Pick ITEM command, or preferably, in BASIC?

Thanks.

Perry Taylor
ZirMed, Inc.

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iggchamp | 2 Jul 23:17 2007
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Re: [U2][UV] GROUP Command Equivalent

RECORD - I think

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From: "Perry Taylor" <perry.taylor <at> zirmed.com> 

> Is anyone aware of a way in UniVerse to programmatically determine the 
> group to which an item will hash, either using a command similar the 
> Pick ITEM command, or preferably, in BASIC? 
> 
> Thanks. 
> 
> Perry Taylor 
> ZirMed, Inc. 
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John Jenkins | 2 Jul 23:33 2007

FW: [U2] Device Licensing

Phil

  That's one for Accuterm - Accuterm supports connectivity to U2 rather than
vice-versa.

  Try using Dynamic Connect - if that works then the problem is with the
Accuterm software, possibly with the DL software version included in this
case. 

  If DC does not work on a straight telnet outside SSH and you have a valid
database license for DL then either you have a (very old) version; the
version of DC is out of step with the database; or you have something else
getting in the way..... 

  Device Licensing exchanges tokens between client and server using
credentials obtained from the client (see SYSTEM(51)). If this information
is being denied or trashed in some way then that would explain it to some
extent.

  If DC works direct and not via SSH compare SYSTEM(51) between the two. I
have assumed that you are using the correct DL shell if you are on Unix
.......... "uv", "uvsh" and "udt" will not cut it.

  If however DC does not work within SSH - and it *does* work outside SSH
then you have an issue with something SSH is doing. This may not be an easy
one to resolve.

  Of course there is always SSL (included with the U2 clients and int he
databases), Default port 992 I recall.

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bpaige | 2 Jul 22:58 2007

[U2] Database integrity check

Hello all!

We're running UV 10 on AIX 5.3.  We're looking for a way to
verify the
integrity of the database.  In Pick, we always did a "dummy file
save".  In
older versions of uniVerse, we used uvfixfile.  When we try to use
uvfixfile
now, it tells us that it does not support 64-bit files.

From
UniAdmin, we can manually check each file (right-click the file and
choose
Diagnostics).  We can't seem to determine what UniAdmin is running at
the
unix level, though, in order to be able to automate checking the entire
database.

Can someone point us in the right direction?

Thanks in
advance!

Brian F. Paige
Serta International
bpaige <at> serta.com
Direct
line:  847-747-0451
Internal extension:  2051
Fax:  847-747-0551
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Perry Taylor | 3 Jul 01:19 2007

RE: [U2][UV] GROUP Command Equivalent

RECORD... Who woulda thunk.  Thanks!

Any chance anyone knows of an equivalent in BASIC (other than RECORD
EXECUTEd) ???

Perry 

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Subject: Re: [U2][UV] GROUP Command Equivalent

RECORD - I think

-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: "Perry Taylor" <perry.taylor <at> zirmed.com> 

> Is anyone aware of a way in UniVerse to programmatically determine the

> group to which an item will hash, either using a command similar the 
> Pick ITEM command, or preferably, in BASIC? 
> 
> Thanks. 
> 
> Perry Taylor 
> ZirMed, Inc. 
> 
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