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Books on Infomaker

4 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1999-05-26 14:21:17.0Z
Kris Robinett Posted on 1999-05-21 13:24:04.0Z
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Are there any books on Infomaker that maybe Barnes & Noble or Amazon don't
know about? We ordered the one by Jane Roseen - Infomaker 5 professional
reference, but it really is pretty elementary. I know there must be ways of
coding behind forms, etc., but this book does not go into it. The only
other book I have seen is a text book that may not be available. Don't know
if this would be worth it.


Jim Cassidy Posted on 1999-05-25 12:55:24.0Z
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If you found any books. Please let me know.

Thank you

Kris Robinett wrote:

> Are there any books on Infomaker that maybe Barnes & Noble or Amazon don't
> know about? We ordered the one by Jane Roseen - Infomaker 5 professional
> reference, but it really is pretty elementary. I know there must be ways of
> coding behind forms, etc., but this book does not go into it. The only
> other book I have seen is a text book that may not be available. Don't know
> if this would be worth it.


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-05-26 14:21:17.0Z
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Check out www.envisionsoft.com Introduction to Infomaker

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Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

Jim Cassidy wrote in message <374A9DBC.907D0E67@icdc.com>...
>If you found any books. Please let me know.
>
>Thank you
>
>Kris Robinett wrote:
>
>> Are there any books on Infomaker that maybe Barnes & Noble or Amazon
don't
>> know about? We ordered the one by Jane Roseen - Infomaker 5 professional
>> reference, but it really is pretty elementary. I know there must be ways
of
>> coding behind forms, etc., but this book does not go into it. The only
>> other book I have seen is a text book that may not be available. Don't
know
>> if this would be worth it.
>


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-05-21 15:38:51.0Z
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I've seen one advertised in the PBDJ. I'll look up the add.
To change code behind the forms, you write custom forms, or customize
imstyle6.pbl. You need PB to do that. It is described in the PB manual
Applications Techniques, chapter 33: Building Infomaker Styles and Actions.
I also wrote an article in Powertimes March/April 99 issue about this.
http://www.powertimes.com/

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Terry Dykstra (TeamSybase)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

Kris Robinett wrote in message ...
>Are there any books on Infomaker that maybe Barnes & Noble or Amazon don't
>know about? We ordered the one by Jane Roseen - Infomaker 5 professional
>reference, but it really is pretty elementary. I know there must be ways
of
>coding behind forms, etc., but this book does not go into it. The only
>other book I have seen is a text book that may not be available. Don't
know
>if this would be worth it.
>
>
>