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The Use of Cached Files APPX 4.1 introduces the ability to create and access a cached instance of a file in memory. The CREATE, OPEN, SCRATCH, and IF EXIST statements...
The Pre Display/Verify Event Point `As far as I can see the reason that the pre display / verify event point exists is because the access/verify in Speed II was...
APPX Process Stack Running an APPX application consists of a series of processes calling each other. For example, the Main Menu might call a submenu, which might call...
Importing Consecutive Files APPX Versions 5.1 higher In 5.1 a number of APIs were introduced that make the task of importing data easier. For example, if we have...
Displaying Date/Time Stamps `APPX has a convention of Option 98 for audit information. We would like to continue with that convention within our design. How do...
Running Windows Functions from APPX Invoking Windows Shell Functions In order to invoke a Windows shell function (such as a batch file or executable) from APPX...
Passing Fields or File Names To pass FIELD(s): PASS fieldname1 FIELD PASS fieldname2 FIELD RUN ScriptName $ The `$ ` allows `ScriptName` to receive all the...
Converting Arrays to Scalar Data At present, only the `CNV TEXT` stmt addresses an Alpha array as if it were a single scalar variable. (Unfortunately, it also adjusts...
APPX Printing This document will explain how to best perform APPX server side PDF printing on a Windows server. This applies to APPX 4.2.0 and above when APPX Server...
Determining the Windows Serial Number When installed on a Windows server or stand alone PC, the APPX license is tied to the serial number of the C drive of the machine...
APPX 4.2.9, PostgreSQL, and UnixODBC on RHEL 5/Scientific Linux 5/Oracle Linux 5/CentOS 5 Overview This document will demonstrate how to configure APPX 4.2.9 and...
APPX 4.2.9, MySQL, and UnixODBC on RHEL 5/Scientific Linux 5/Oracle Linux 5/CentOS 5 Overview This document will demonstrate how to configure APPX 4.2.9 and MySQL...
APPX 4.2.9, MySQL, and UnixODBC on RHEL 6/Scientific Linux 6/Oracle Linux 6/CentOS 6 Overview This document will demonstrate how to configure APPX 4.2.9 and MySQL...
APPX 4.2.9, MySQL, and UnixODBC on 64 bit Debian 5 APPX, MySQL, and UnixODBC will all work under 64 bit Debian, but because Debian is 64 bit and APPX is 32 bit, it...
Running APPX on Windows from a hand held device via a Linux Terminal Server This document will demonstrate how you can run APPX on Windows in character mode when...
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APPX Desktop Client Encryption Efectivamente con la liberacion de la version 5.0.0, el APPX Desktop Client incluye una opcion para permitir SSL encryption para sesiones...
APPX Desktop Client Encryption Effective with Release 5.0.0, the APPX Desktop Client includes an option to enable SSL encryption for `Remote` APPX Desktop Client...
Purging the USAGE File The USAGE files ($APPXPATH/0SA/USAGE. ) track numbers of endusers, designers, and users of locked applications currently logged into APPX. Prior...
APPX License Server NOTE Most of this information is redundant. In current versions, if a license server is not detected it will be started automatically by the...
Automating Export/Import with Unix Crontabs `Can I run an APPX process via a Unix command (one liner) to Export and Import? I would like to setup a crontab to handle...
APPX Keys AppxKEYS is a utility program embedded in APPX that allows a user to create an APPX keyboard layout for character mode connections. The keyboard layout for...
APPX Environment Variables Environment Variables are used to modify the behavior of APPX at runtime. They may be set in the Windows or Unix operating system before...
Setting Environment Variables APPX offers six levels at which environment variables may be set: General Environment Variable information can be found at APPX Environment...
Diagnosing Strange and Generic Errors To diagnose strange or generic errors (such as bus errors, seg faults, attempting to free freed memory errors, or `an internal...
Scripting Imports for Windows Prior to APPX 4.2.0 The following example batch file will import (appxutil i ) the design files for application TAP version 00 from...
Removing Inactive Sessions `I connect to my customer over the Internet, running APPX on their Windows server. It works okay, but once in a while my APPX session just...
Configuring APPX for Windows APPX Presentation Server WinAppxD This document includes questions and hints about installing and running APPX/Server on Windows...
APPX ODBC Installations Instructions This page provides instructions for installing APPX ODBC 5. Overview APPX ODBC is used by APPX customers to gain access to...
APPX 5.0 Bug Fixes Following is a list of bugs that were fixed in Appx release 5.0. Overview The list is sub divided into categories. The bug title, bug number...
APPX 5.0.0 Feature Index This is the starting point to discover details of the new features found in APPX Release 5.0.0. Follow the links below to learn more....
APPX 5 Installation Instructions This page provides instructions for installing APPX 5. Notes IMPORTANT: The APPX Desktop Client for Macs only runs on Intel...
Configuring APPX for Unix Configuring the Login Manager This document explains how to configure the new login manager in APPX 5.0 higher Unix HASP Installation...
APPXUTIL Overview This document is applicable to versions of APPX prior to 4.2.0. If you are using a later version refer to File Analysis Recovery. What is APPXUTIL...
Windows Client/Disk Server Configurations Note: The information in this document is generally obsolete and is only presented here for archive purposes. This document...
Unix HASP Installation This document is of interest to customers installing APPX on an Intel/Unix platform, such as Linux, SCO, and NCR Unix. Because Intel/Unix systems...
Windows HASP Installation This document is of interest to customers installing APPX on a Windows PC or in a Windows PC network environment, who wish to register their...
APPX External Databases Using the APPX/ODBC Connection APPX 4.1 The APPX/ODBC Connection allows APPX Applications, through a Windows ODBC Server, to access and...
Using the APPX/Sybase Connection Introduction: NOTE: The Sybase interface is no longer actively supported. This information is provided for historical purposes...
Using the APPX/Oracle Connection Introduction: This page is for APPX version 4.x earlier. For 5.x and higher, go to this page APPX allows data storage in numerous...
Using the APPX/ODBC Connection Introduction: This page is applicable to APPX version 4.1 and higher. For older versions, refer to this page The APPX/ODBC Connection...
Field Overrides If you do not want to use the APPX assigned data types you can override them using Field Overrides. For example, if you are mapping an APPX Data Dictionary...
Using the APPX/ODBC Connection Introduction: These instructions are for APPX version 4.0.x and earlier. For APPX version 4.1.x higher, see this page. The APPX/ODBC...
APPX HTML Client 5.4.2 This page gives installation instructions and an overview of the Appx HTML client. Overview The Appx HTML client is designed to allow you...
Bonus Features A collection of miscelleanous features that were added in 5.2.x. New Values for OPTION The predefined field OPTION now allows the following values...
APPX 5.4.1/5.4.2 Installation Instructions This page provides instructions for installing APPX 5.4.1. Notes IMPORTANT: APPX Desktop Client version should at...
APPX 5.4.0/5.4.1/5.4.2 Feature Index This is the starting point to discover details of the new features found in APPX Release 5.4.0/5.4.1/5.4.2. Follow the links...
.CONVERT SPLIT NUMBER This subroutine splits a number into its whole number and fractional parts. Usage: PASS whole number FIELD...
APPX 5.4.x Installation Instructions This page provides instructions for installing APPX 5.4.x. Notes IMPORTANT: APPX Desktop Client version should at least...
Unicode Test Plan This document outlines a plan for testing the Unicode enhancements in APPX 6.0. Overview Release 6.0.0 of the APPX Utility includes support for...

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