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Re: Schema Help files

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on May 15, 2001
CAs ERwin is able to work with IDMS Databases. I know clients, which are
using it. You must have the SQL-Option for IDMS and the IDMS Server
Product.
Than the network DB must be defined as an SQL database. After that ERwin
do
a reverse engineering and document also the network schema.

Regards

Erwin Marschalk

""Sorrentino, Mark"" <Mark.Sorrentino@PS.NET> wrote in message
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A few years ago we bought a product called Schema Help by Burst
Technologies, which created windows help files based upon schema
definitions. Programmers found it useful as an easy tool for point
and
clicking through area sets and records, a very quick and easy to use
reference. Schema Help is not compatible with Windows 2000, and Burst
no
longer supprts the product. Does anyone else know of a product
similar to
this?

Mark Sorrentino
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mark.sorrentino@ps.net
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