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panneer
Occasional Contributor

datatrieve

how to cross a file over itself?
5 REPLIES
John Gillings
Honored Contributor

Re: datatrieve

panneer,

You've been asking a lot of questions about datatrieve recently. It's a very old product, which has had very little, if any maintenance or focus for many years. I'm sure formal support has long since been dropped, and I'm not even sure if it's still available anywhere other than dusty archives.

Although it was, and in some ways still is a great product, I'd be surprised if there was much expertise left to answer such terse and general questions.

If your questions represent real, revenue generating activity, as opposed to idle curiosity, I'd strongly recommmend you engage a geniune, paid professional to assist you in both implementation and training in the product, or to look at ways to migrate to a more current, supported tool to achieve the same ends.

I'd also recommend you obtain as much documentation as you can find, and start reading.
A crucible of informative mistakes
DECxchange
Regular Advisor

Re: datatrieve

I can provide Datatrieve consulting. I find it admirable that you haven't swiched to Oracle. Good job! Perhaps more people should follow your model of not jumping onto the Oracle bandwagon. Let me know if you're interested. I haven't used Datatrieve in in many years. But I used it a lot so I can probably help you.
panneer
Occasional Contributor

Re: datatrieve

Ya ....could u give material for datatrieve
Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: datatrieve

Panneer,

Please re-visit one of your earlier questions. You'll find that my reply has 2 interesting links, one to online documentation, the other to a collection (sic) of useful stuff.

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1180855

The userguide in the documentation specifically mentions:
"7.5.3 Crossing a Domain with Itself"

http://www.sysworks.com.au/disk$axpdocjun043/database/dtraxp72a/dhqdaaa3.p179.bkb#626

Check that. Check the examples.
Try it with YACHTS, then try to express what you want to achieve in yachts terms, such that some helpful soul can try it before answerring.

Regards,
Hein.
Karl Rohwedder
Honored Contributor

Re: datatrieve

John,

Datatrieve is still available on all platforms (current version is V7.3[A]), is on the condist and seems still to be a supported product.

regards kalle