Upgrade to the free IUA version of XMLQuery

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on May 8, 2008
Hello, apparently my previous message was not readable. So let's try it again.

How many PLC users already downloaded the query tool. Are there any comments or remarks?
Tom asked me to put this to the attention of the PLC IUA/EIUA members

Jan Rabaut
European IDMS User group Associatiion
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From: Tom Hebert:
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To: Rabaut Jan (DTSBE); Steve Rundle;
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Subject: Upgrade to the free IUA version of XMLQuery

To all,

When I met with your members recently, a number of them expressed concern that we didn't have a Windows 2000 version of XMLQuery IUA. I am happy to report that we have been able to solve the problem.

We have posted release 1.2 on the download site, . It runs on Windows 2000 SP3 or later and only supports DB2 on XP or Vista. If you are using Win2k you should select ""File"" for your database type in the instance editor. Your meta data will be stored on your local machine. The installation on the workstation should take about 5 minutes allowing you to use the XMLQuery IUA version with minimal effort. DB2 is still supported on Windows XP or later and is needed if you want to share query plans with other users on your network.

We plan another version that will support query plan sharing on Win2K using an older release of SQL Server.

Can you pass this on to your members? We would like to have the benefit of feedback from their experience.

Tom Hebert
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