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Special Topics

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Developer Tips

A wide range of tips and techniques that all APPX developers, from beginners to the most advanced, will find useful.

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APPX & External Databases

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APPX & External Databases

  A series of documents with information on interfacing APPX with Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server, etc.
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APPX & the Internet

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APPX & the Internet

  These documents will take the designer through the steps required to interface APPX applications with the Internet.
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The APPX Client

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The APPX Client

  A group of documents covering installation, configuration, command options, and other topics relating to the APPX client.
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APPX/Net

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APPX/Net

 
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APPX/Net is a data access facility allowing an APPX engine running on one APPX machine to read and write AppxIO data stored on another APPX machine

APPX/ODBC Server

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APPX/Net is a data access facility allowing an APPX engine running on one APPX machine to read and write AppxIO data stored on another APPX machine

APPX/ODBC Server

 
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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles

Foreign Language Translation

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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles

Foreign Language Translation

  This document contains known issues and work-arounds for the Foreign Language Translation utility.
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Speed II Upgrades & Migrations

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Speed II Upgrades & Migrations

  Customers who are migrating their Speed II systems to APPX, or those considering doing so, will find relevant documents here, as well as instructions for installing upgrades to Speed II itself.

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