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Text Driver

Uniface 6.1.dp on Win95 clients

I am trying to use the text driver to import some data into our
application. I have set up the entity and during a test, stored data
successfully in it. However, if I then exit uniface and go back in, I get a
‘-1′ error on retrieve and when I look at the file from Explorer, all data
has been erased from the file.

I think this used to be a bug and should now be solved. Does anyone have
any information?

Colin Blair

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Re: [UNIFACE-L:10046] Times > 24 hrs

Hi Joe,
thanks for your reply but I don’t think that your solution matches
my problem exactly. However I tried it, and here are the results:
(Didn’t you miss the minutes in your display formats? I assumed you did
and used in the case of $datetime1$ DIS(YYYYMMDDHHNNSSTT), for example.)

Here’s my piece of code:

   $date1$ = ENDE_DAT.BU_DAT
   $date2$ = SB_DAT.BU_DAT

   $time1$ = ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[1:2]
   $time1$ = "%%$time1$%%%%%ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[4:2]%%%"
   $time1$ = "%%$time1$%%%%%ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[7:2]%%%00"

   $time2$ = BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[1:2]
   $time2$ = "%%$time2$%%%%%BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[4:2]%%%"
   $time2$ = "%%$time2$%%%%%BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[7:2]%%%00"

   $datetime1$ = $datim("%%$date1$%%%%%$time1$%%%")
   $datetime2$ = $datim("%%$date2$%%%%%$time2$%%%")

   $timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$

My example: Jan 29th 1998, 05:22 pm – Feb 3rd 1998, 01:59 am

I’ve got the following variable contents:
* $date1$: 19980203
* $date2$: 19980129
* $time1$: 01590000
* $time2$: 17220000
* $datetime1$: 1998020301590000
* $datetime2$: 1998012917220000
* $timediff$: 0000010408370000

The result in $timediff$ is not what I wanted. I don’t even get "my"
result if I’m playing around with different DIS styles.
What I need as a result is: 104 hrs 37 mins. Don’t I have to use linear
time or sth like that?
I’ve got the strong feeling that I’m missing sth trivial and want to
apologize if that’s the case because my least aim is to clutter the
listserver or the newsgroup…

Thanks for any hint to the right direction!
Many regards,
          Stephan.

Joe Poniatowski USAET(UTC -05:00) wrote:

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> Stephan – I wish you would have included the format of the
> time (string) fields, but I’ll take a stab at pointing you
> in the right direction.

> Set up two local variables of type datetime:
> $datetime1$
> $datetime2$
>   Both should have display format "yyyymmddhhsstt"

> Set up two local varables of type date:
> $date1$
> $date2$
>   Both should have display format "yyyymmdd"

> Set up two more local variables of type string, and reformat
> the string fields containing the time into your local strings,
> so they look like this: "hhsstt"  where hh is hours, ss is
> seconds, and tt is tenths of a second.  If the time fields
> don’t contain tenths, use zeros.
> $time1$
> $time2$

> The reason for these formats is that while Uniface uses your
> default date/time display format in it’s $date() & $datim()
> functions, it will also accept this format (yyyymmddhhsstt).

> Retrieve the date fields and assign the values to $date1$ & $date2$.
> Put the time values in your two time variables (formatted as shown),
> $time1$ & $time2$.  Finally, assign the datetime local variables
> thusly:
> $datetime1$ = $datim("%%$date1$%%$time1$")
> $datetime2$ = $datim("%%$date2$%%$time2$")

> Finally, assign the difference to another datetime field or
> variable with any display format you like:
> $timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$

> I haven’t tested this code specifically, but I’ve done similar
> things and I think it will work.  Let us know!
> Joe Poniatowski
> jponi…@e-mail.com

> Regards,
> Joe Poniatowski


Stephan Stresing

Media Systeme Gesellschaft
fuer Druck & Verlag mbH
Suedwestpark 48
D-90449 Nuernberg
Phone +49 911 6809-113
  Fax +49 911 6809-110
eMail triple-p….@t-online.de

/* My views do not necessarily represent *\
\* those of Media Systeme and vice versa */

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Print problems with 7.1.04 on NT4.0

Environment : Uniface 7.1.04, NT 4.0, Oracle 7.3 using SQL*Net 2

We are having the following problem when printing screens within Uniface
application  :
A Dr. Watson error (Access violation) occurs – has anybody else noticed
this. This problem is inconsistent but frequent enough to cause great
problems.

I’ve already placed a call with the CCC and also tried what they
suggested i.e. change the printer model to P_MSWINX and increase the
swap file size to 80 MB. The problem still remains – would really
appreciate any responses.

Regards,
Deep Vaswani

Deep Vaswani
Abbott Laboratories – HPD
Ph : (847)-9383967
E-mail : Deep.Vasw…@Abbott.com

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Repost: Sean_Samis , digest changes.

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       UNIFACE-L Digest 912

Topics covered in this issue include:

  1) Times > 24 hrs
 by "Joe Poniatowski                         USAET(UTC -05:00)"
<jponi…@e-mail.com>
  2) Re: Version Control
 by ma…@spammers.die.ibm.net (Jeffrey S. Mann)
  3) Repost:  Errors in Uniface Six and Seven
 by Gary_Alder…@UManitoba.CA (Gary F. Alderson)
  4) Repost: COBOL Datatypes
 by Gary_Alder…@UManitoba.CA (Gary F. Alderson)
  5) Version Control
 by Justin Curry <just…@canmax.com>

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Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 09:50:55 EST
From: "Joe Poniatowski                         USAET(UTC -05:00)"
<jponi…@e-mail.com>
To: unifac…@ctc.ctc.edu
Subject: Times > 24 hrs
Message-ID: <199802061451.GAA12…@ctc.ctc.edu>

Stephan – I wish you would have included the format of the                      
time (string) fields, but I’ll take a stab at pointing you                      
in the right direction.                                                        

Set up two local variables of type datetime:                                    
$datetime1$                                                                    
$datetime2$                                                                    
  Both should have display format "yyyymmddhhsstt"                              

Set up two local varables of type date:                                        
$date1$                                                                        
$date2$                                                                        
  Both should have display format "yyyymmdd"                                    

Set up two more local variables of type string, and reformat                    
the string fields containing the time into your local strings,                  
so they look like this: "hhsstt"  where hh is hours, ss is                      
seconds, and tt is tenths of a second.  If the time fields                      
don’t contain tenths, use zeros.                                                
$time1$                                                                        
$time2$                                                                        

The reason for these formats is that while Uniface uses your                    
default date/time display format in it’s $date() & $datim()                    
functions, it will also accept this format (yyyymmddhhsstt).                    

Retrieve the date fields and assign the values to $date1$ & $date2$.            
Put the time values in your two time variables (formatted as shown),            
$time1$ & $time2$.  Finally, assign the datetime local variables                
thusly:                                                                        
$datetime1$ = $datim("%%$date1$%%$time1$")                                      
$datetime2$ = $datim("%%$date2$%%$time2$")                                      

Finally, assign the difference to another datetime field or                    
variable with any display format you like:                                      
$timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$                                          

I haven’t tested this code specifically, but I’ve done similar                  
things and I think it will work.  Let us know!                                  
Joe Poniatowski                                                                
jponi…@e-mail.com                                                            

Regards,                                                                        
Joe Poniatowski                                                                

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Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 16:40:54 GMT
From: ma…@spammers.die.ibm.net (Jeffrey S. Mann)
To: unifac…@ctc.ctc.edu
Subject: Re: Version Control
Message-ID: <34db3cbd.7150…@news3.ibm.net>

I would Humbly (actually not so humbly) suggest you look at "Understanding
UNIFACE" (available via amazon.com, and others. It contains a chapter
describing stupid UVCS tricks.

And yes, I wrote the book and hope a few more people will buy it.

Jeffrey Mann

Grant Thorburn <gthorb…@becscot.co.uk> wrote:

>Our company is currently in the process of setting up our first major =
>Uniface development projects.  At present we are currently looking to =
>implement some form of version control software.  We will be working in =
>win95, winNT and Unix environments.

>Anyone got any recommendations or horror stories that we should =
>definately avoid?  Although I have not looked at it myself I have heard =
>that the version control that is built into the IDF can be a bit =
>tempremental.

>Thanks in advance for any advice that you may be able to give me.

>Cheers

>Grant

– Look for "Understanding UNIFACE,  ———————
— the client-server development environment"  ———–
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1016 KP Amsterdam             26420 St. Agnan en Vercors
The Netherlands               France

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Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 19:19:30 GMT
From: Gary_Alder…@UManitoba.CA (Gary F. Alderson)
To: unifac…@ctc.ctc.edu
Subject: Repost:  Errors in Uniface Six and Seven
Message-ID: <34db615f.13313…@News.cc.UManitoba.CA>

From:             Alexandre Gitirana <gitir…@monitor.com.br>
To:               Unifac…@uug.org
Subject:          Errors in Uniface Six and Seven

We have some systems created with Uniface Six that were working fine.
We

are working now with Uniface Seven 7.2 . We use Windows NT and
SQL Server database. Since last friday we can’t create any form in
uniface six or seven. An error occurs and returns status -1 or -156 or
-51  when we test
the form after compile it . What’s happenning ?
In the message frame appears this message :

I/O function: W, mode: 0, on file/table: USIOPER length: 211
Attempt to insert duplicate key row in object ‘usioper’ with unique
index ‘usioperI1′
(Microsoft SQL Server error number   : 2601 severity : 14 state : 3)

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Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 19:19:26 GMT
From: Gary_Alder…@UManitoba.CA (Gary F. Alderson)
To: unifac…@ctc.ctc.edu
Subject: Repost: COBOL Datatypes
Message-ID: <34db5bbe.11872…@News.cc.UManitoba.CA>

From:             Donckel Luc <donc…@ibsy.lu>
To:               "’Unifac…@UUG.org’" <Unifac…@uug.org>
Subject:          COBOL Datatypes

Hi gurus,

We are developing an application in UNIFACE 7.1 and we have to read
flat files that are produced by COBOL programs.
My problem is how can I define something like:
01 AMMOUNT PIC 9(15)V2 SIGN TRAILING SEPARATE
in Uniface.

I do not want to use the Y format.

Cheers,
Luc Donckel
donc…@ibsy.lu

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Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 14:25:53 -0600
From: Justin Curry <just…@canmax.com>
To: gthorb…@becscot.co.uk, unifac…@ctc.ctc.edu
Subject: Version Control
Message-ID: <3.0.32.19980206142539.00981…@pop.canmax.com>

Grant,

We use Intersolv PVCS along with Uniface’s (Vine Systems) VCLink package.
It’s been real easy to use.  It basically just exports and imports your
Uniface components from your repository to the PVCS archives.  Plus the
PVCS can be used for code other than Uniface.  

Justin Curry, Tech Lead
Canmax, Inc.

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RE: [UNIFACE-L:10054] Print problems with 7.1.04 on NT4.0

Hi Deep,
All I can say is that I have had this happen to me as well, just as you
describe.  We have 2 other people here with NT 4.0 who have not had the
problem (that I know of) so I suspect we have something different in our
config and/or hardware.  We wound up having to move our batch processes
off to a Win95 machine at the client site for this very reason.  Let me
know if you get any solutions from CCC, OK?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Randy Jean (r…@ogse.com)
Client/Server Development, Integration Services
Orion Group Software Engineers
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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> —–Original Message—–
> From:      Vaswani, Deep P   APX [SMTP:Deep.Vasw...@abbott.com]
> Sent:      Monday, February 09, 1998 1:05 PM
> To:        r…@ogg30.ogse.com
> Subject:   [UNIFACE-L:10054] Print problems with 7.1.04 on NT4.0

> Environment : Uniface 7.1.04, NT 4.0, Oracle 7.3 using SQL*Net 2

> We are having the following problem when printing screens within
> Uniface
> application  :
> A Dr. Watson error (Access violation) occurs – has anybody else
> noticed
> this. This problem is inconsistent but frequent enough to cause great
> problems.

> I’ve already placed a call with the CCC and also tried what they
> suggested i.e. change the printer model to P_MSWINX and increase the
> swap file size to 80 MB. The problem still remains – would really
> appreciate any responses.

> Regards,
> Deep Vaswani

> Deep Vaswani
> Abbott Laboratories – HPD
> Ph : (847)-9383967
> E-mail : Deep.Vasw…@Abbott.com

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RE: [UNIFACE-L:10053] Re: Times > 24 hrs

Hi Stephan,

After you get $datetime1$ and $datetime2$, the following code will give
you the answer.

You need a local variable that has been defined as a "linear date and
time" ($l_timediff$).

; at this stage u have :
;        $datetime1$ = "1998020301590000"
;        $datetime2$ = "1998012917220000"

$l_timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$

$1 = $l_timediff$ * 24
$2 = $1[trunc]
$3 = $1[fraction] * 60
$3 = $3[round]

$timediff$ = "%%$2 hours and %%$3 minutes"    ; "104 hours and 37
minutes"

regards,
Rajesh

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> —–Original Message—–
> From:      triple-p….@t-online.de [SMTP:triple-p....@t-online.de]
> Sent:      Monday, February 09, 1998 10:59 AM
> To:        rajesh.kulka…@jda.com
> Subject:   [UNIFACE-L:10053] Re: Times > 24 hrs

> Hi Joe,
> thanks for your reply but I don’t think that your solution matches
> my problem exactly. However I tried it, and here are the results:
> (Didn’t you miss the minutes in your display formats? I assumed you
> did
> and used in the case of $datetime1$ DIS(YYYYMMDDHHNNSSTT), for
> example.)

> Here’s my piece of code:

>    $date1$ = ENDE_DAT.BU_DAT
>    $date2$ = SB_DAT.BU_DAT

>    $time1$ = ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[1:2]
>    $time1$ = "%%$time1$%%%%%ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[4:2]%%%"
>    $time1$ = "%%$time1$%%%%%ENDE_ZEIT.BU_DAT[7:2]%%%00"

>    $time2$ = BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[1:2]
>    $time2$ = "%%$time2$%%%%%BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[4:2]%%%"
>    $time2$ = "%%$time2$%%%%%BUCH_ZEIT.BU_DAT[7:2]%%%00"

>    $datetime1$ = $datim("%%$date1$%%%%%$time1$%%%")
>    $datetime2$ = $datim("%%$date2$%%%%%$time2$%%%")

>    $timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$

> My example: Jan 29th 1998, 05:22 pm – Feb 3rd 1998, 01:59 am

> I’ve got the following variable contents:
> * $date1$: 19980203
> * $date2$: 19980129
> * $time1$: 01590000
> * $time2$: 17220000
> * $datetime1$: 1998020301590000
> * $datetime2$: 1998012917220000
> * $timediff$: 0000010408370000

> The result in $timediff$ is not what I wanted. I don’t even get "my"
> result if I’m playing around with different DIS styles.
> What I need as a result is: 104 hrs 37 mins. Don’t I have to use
> linear
> time or sth like that?
> I’ve got the strong feeling that I’m missing sth trivial and want to
> apologize if that’s the case because my least aim is to clutter the
> listserver or the newsgroup…

> Thanks for any hint to the right direction!
> Many regards,
>           Stephan.

> Joe Poniatowski USAET(UTC -05:00) wrote:

> > Stephan – I wish you would have included the format of the
> > time (string) fields, but I’ll take a stab at pointing you
> > in the right direction.

> > Set up two local variables of type datetime:
> > $datetime1$
> > $datetime2$
> >   Both should have display format "yyyymmddhhsstt"

> > Set up two local varables of type date:
> > $date1$
> > $date2$
> >   Both should have display format "yyyymmdd"

> > Set up two more local variables of type string, and reformat
> > the string fields containing the time into your local strings,
> > so they look like this: "hhsstt"  where hh is hours, ss is
> > seconds, and tt is tenths of a second.  If the time fields
> > don’t contain tenths, use zeros.
> > $time1$
> > $time2$

> > The reason for these formats is that while Uniface uses your
> > default date/time display format in it’s $date() & $datim()
> > functions, it will also accept this format (yyyymmddhhsstt).

> > Retrieve the date fields and assign the values to $date1$ & $date2$.
> > Put the time values in your two time variables (formatted as shown),
> > $time1$ & $time2$.  Finally, assign the datetime local variables
> > thusly:
> > $datetime1$ = $datim("%%$date1$%%$time1$")
> > $datetime2$ = $datim("%%$date2$%%$time2$")

> > Finally, assign the difference to another datetime field or
> > variable with any display format you like:
> > $timediff$ = $datetime1$ – $datetime2$

> > I haven’t tested this code specifically, but I’ve done similar
> > things and I think it will work.  Let us know!
> > Joe Poniatowski
> > jponi…@e-mail.com

> > Regards,
> > Joe Poniatowski

> —
> Stephan Stresing

> Media Systeme Gesellschaft
> fuer Druck & Verlag mbH
> Suedwestpark 48
> D-90449 Nuernberg
> Phone +49 911 6809-113
>   Fax +49 911 6809-110
> eMail triple-p….@t-online.de

> /* My views do not necessarily represent *\
> \* those of Media Systeme and vice versa */

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Entity missing

Hello,
Anyone know to pass a entity how parameter in operations and receive to
back filled ?
I was try with entity dummy and database, although haven’t success :(.
When the entity returned, the data to get lost.

Thanks

Marcelo Galv√£o

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RE: [UNIFACE-L:10051] Text Driver

We had a similar problem here and we discovered that the /append switch
at the end of line pointing to your data prevents Uniface from erasing
file contents when performing the initial retrieve.

e.g.
[paths]
$TXT   TXT:

[entities]
entity.model   $TXT:c:\path\filename/append

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> —–Original Message—–
> From:      Colin Blair [SMTP:co...@sei.co.uk]
> Sent:      Monday, February 09, 1998 5:29 PM
> To:        pspen…@opensys.co.uk
> Subject:   [UNIFACE-L:10051] Text Driver

> Uniface 6.1.dp on Win95 clients

> I am trying to use the text driver to import some data into our
> application. I have set up the entity and during a test, stored data
> successfully in it. However, if I then exit uniface and go back in, I
> get a
> ‘-1′ error on retrieve and when I look at the file from Explorer, all
> data
> has been erased from the file.

> I think this used to be a bug and should now be solved. Does anyone
> have
> any information?

> Colin Blair

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RE: [UNIFACE-L:10064] RE: Text Driver

Just for information, the ‘/append’ switch is not recognised by the GPM
in version 7.2 and therefore will give a parse error when trying to save
an assignment file using, for example, ‘$TXT:c:\path\filename/append’.
To get round this manually edit the text file generated by the GPM and
insert the /append switch where appropriate.
David Miller

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        —–Original Message—–
        From:   Philip Spencer [SMTP:pspen...@protocol.co.uk]
        Sent:   10 February 1998 09:20
        To:     dmil…@opensys.co.uk
        Subject:        [UNIFACE-L:10064] RE: Text Driver

        We had a similar problem here and we discovered that the /append
switch
        at the end of line pointing to your data prevents Uniface from
erasing
        file contents when performing the initial retrieve.

        e.g.
        [paths]
        $TXT   TXT:

        [entities]
        entity.model   $TXT:c:\path\filename/append

        > —–Original Message—–
        > From:      Colin Blair [SMTP:co...@sei.co.uk]
        > Sent:      Monday, February 09, 1998 5:29 PM
        > To:        pspen…@opensys.co.uk
        > Subject:   [UNIFACE-L:10051] Text Driver

        > Uniface 6.1.dp on Win95 clients

        > I am trying to use the text driver to import some data into
our
        > application. I have set up the entity and during a test,
stored data
        > successfully in it. However, if I then exit uniface and go
back in, I
        > get a
        > ‘-1′ error on retrieve and when I look at the file from
Explorer, all
        > data
        > has been erased from the file.

        > I think this used to be a bug and should now be solved. Does
anyone
        > have
        > any information?

        > Colin Blair

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Re: : [UNIFACE-L:10054] Print problems with 7.1.04 on NT4.0

>From: "Vaswani, Deep P   APX" <Deep.Vasw…@abbott.com>

>Environment : Uniface 7.1.04, NT 4.0, Oracle 7.3 using SQL*Net 2

>We are having the following problem when printing screens within Uniface
>application  :
>A Dr. Watson error (Access violation) occurs – has anybody else noticed
>this. This problem is inconsistent but frequent enough to cause great
>problems.

   We have been having this problem since last fall and are still trying to
isolate the cause with CompuWare. We have a support engineer coming to our
site Friday in an attempt to make progress. I’m happy to hear we are not the
only ones with this problem.

   I suggest you inform CCC that your problem is likely related to our call
#47623. This issue is of the highest priority and any test cases you can
provide may help us to isolate the bug.

Doug Harris
Product Architect
FreeBalance Inc.

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