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Help ---> No \server directory on 6.0 CD and PBSYC.SQL

3 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1999-06-09 20:25:12.0Z
clarcher Posted on 1999-06-09 15:43:11.0Z
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From: "clarcher" <clarcher@gte.net>
Subject: Help ---> No \server directory on 6.0 CD and PBSYC.SQL
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We are installing 6.0x on several PCS and recently(last 3 weeks) purchased
8 copies of Infomaker 6.x. Surprised that version 6.0.00 was what came
and there is no \server directory and no PBSYS.SQL on any of the CDs. We
are currently running a Sybase 11 back-end, but also need the ability to
utilize Oracle and Informix and ? . ( These files don't readily appear
on the download list. ) This effectively leaves us without the ability to
create the stored procedures at the back-end.



(We successfully used 5.02 without any major problems, and since only
version 6 is available now it seems like a good idea but @#$%? )

Any suggestions on getting the current version (if not 6.0.00 ) and the
*.SQL files to create the stored procedures for the SQL databases?

TIA


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-06-09 20:25:12.0Z
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From: "Terry Dykstra" <tdykstra@cfol.ab.ca>
Subject: Re: Help ---> No \server directory on 6.0 CD and PBSYC.SQL
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Your mail bounces back. What's your real e-mail address?

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Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

clarcher wrote in message <01beb28f$44ef3f30$219b73cf@gwy1j21>...
>We are installing 6.0x on several PCS and recently(last 3 weeks) purchased
>8 copies of Infomaker 6.x. Surprised that version 6.0.00 was what came
>and there is no \server directory and no PBSYS.SQL on any of the CDs. We
>are currently running a Sybase 11 back-end, but also need the ability to
>utilize Oracle and Informix and ? . ( These files don't readily appear
>on the download list. ) This effectively leaves us without the ability to
>create the stored procedures at the back-end.
>
>
>
>(We successfully used 5.02 without any major problems, and since only
>version 6 is available now it seems like a good idea but @#$%? )
>
>Any suggestions on getting the current version (if not 6.0.00 ) and the
>*.SQL files to create the stored procedures for the SQL databases?
>
>TIA
>


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-06-09 20:20:28.0Z
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From: "Terry Dykstra" <tdykstra@cfol.ab.ca>
Subject: Re: Help ---> No \server directory on 6.0 CD and PBSYC.SQL
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You can download IM 6.5 from
http://download.sybase.com/esd/pb_win_maint_65.html
I'll send you the required scripts. They forgot to add the \server
directory. It is included on the PB6 CD.

--
Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

clarcher wrote in message <01beb28f$44ef3f30$219b73cf@gwy1j21>...
>We are installing 6.0x on several PCS and recently(last 3 weeks) purchased
>8 copies of Infomaker 6.x. Surprised that version 6.0.00 was what came
>and there is no \server directory and no PBSYS.SQL on any of the CDs. We
>are currently running a Sybase 11 back-end, but also need the ability to
>utilize Oracle and Informix and ? . ( These files don't readily appear
>on the download list. ) This effectively leaves us without the ability to
>create the stored procedures at the back-end.
>
>
>
>(We successfully used 5.02 without any major problems, and since only
>version 6 is available now it seems like a good idea but @#$%? )
>
>Any suggestions on getting the current version (if not 6.0.00 ) and the
>*.SQL files to create the stored procedures for the SQL databases?
>
>TIA
>