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RE: Accessing foreign table thru Table conversion.

Zoltan_Gyimesi

Legendary Poster
RE: Accessing foreign table thru Table conversion.

Hi Balla,

1.) You have to create OneWorld data source pointing to the ODBC data
source, similar like OneWorld Local pointing to Jdeb7.mdb.
2.) You have to create a OneWorld environtment too with your working path
code and with an OCM entry, where *TBLE entry points to your new OW data
source.
3.) Restart your client.
4.) Open the TC designer and choose your new environment as Input or Output.
5.) You will see your Access data source in the list.

Please, let me know if it works or if you have further questions.

Good Luck,
Zoltán


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vliyer

Active Member
RE: Accessing foreign table thru Table conversion.

**Why don't u start with..JDE will follow u...moron..!!
>
>You are all idiots ,,
>
>JDE go jump in the river and hope you sink like your stock did
>

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got_to_love_jde

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Readyerp,
are we having a bad day again ? Do you remember what i told you about taking your medications ?
dave


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achimirel

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The best medication should be administered in a BAN pill; just once, on empty stomach.

reddyerpppppppppppppppppp, I'll buy your stock, OK?

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Zoltan_Gyimesi

Legendary Poster
As you know, my English is not the best even so I aspire to help a bit to the others as I can (hope, sometimes could).

So, sometimes there are posts or phrases that I don't understand clearly.
It appears to me that reddyerp's reply isn't a friendly one, am I right Dave, Adrian, Venkat?
Have I written something foolish or hurtful in my mail?
If it so, then believe me I do not want to do so. In this case please, correct me and point to the problematical part.

Unfortunately my English is better to understand technical issues than this kind of posts like reddyerp's.

Zoltán
 

got_to_love_jde

Reputable Poster
Zoltan,
You are correct that his was not a friendly reply. It had nothing to do with what you have typed in your messages. In my reply back to him I was telling him that he was, or should be on, medicine to help his mental disorders (problems). [smile]
Zoltan I think you are a lot of help to many people. Do not let someone like this disturb you.
dave



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satputp

Member
Zoltan,
You have been great help to JDEList as everybody else.
Don't bother somebody's idiotic remarks.
Keep up good work,
Prashant
--- Zoltan_Gyimesi <zoltan.gyimesi@synergon.hu> wrote:
> As you know, my English is not the best even so I
> aspire to help a bit to the others as I can (hope,
> sometimes could).
>
> So, sometimes there are posts or phrases that I
> don't understand clearly.
> It appears to me that reddyerp's reply isn't a
> friendly one, am I right Dave, Adrian, Venkat?
> Have I written something foolish or hurtful in my
> mail?
> If it so, then believe me I do not want to do so. In
> this case please, correct me and point to the
> problematical part.
>
> Unfortunately my English is better to understand
> technical issues than this kind of posts like
> reddyerp's.
>
> Zoltán
>
>
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jefferick

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Re: Accessing foreign table thru Table conversion.

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Minor addition. You can test your ODBC, OCM, and Environment setup by using the UTB
to query your foreign table. This saves the hassle of creating the TC program and
finding it doesn't work. TC acts odd sometimes when you change the ODBC or OCM after
creating the program. It needs to reinitialize the environment if anything has
changed.

Zoltan_Gyimesi wrote:

> Hi Balla,
>
> 1.) You have to create OneWorld data source pointing to the ODBC data
> source, similar like OneWorld Local pointing to Jdeb7.mdb.
> 2.) You have to create a OneWorld environtment too with your working path
> code and with an OCM entry, where *TBLE entry points to your new OW data
> source.
> 3.) Restart your client.
> 4.) Open the TC designer and choose your new environment as Input or Output.
> 5.) You will see your Access data source in the list.
>
> Please, let me know if it works or if you have further questions.
>
> Good Luck,
> Zoltán
>
> >
>
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Minor addition. You can test your ODBC, OCM, and Environment setup
by using the UTB to query your foreign table. This saves the hassle
of creating the TC program and finding it doesn't work. TC acts odd
sometimes when you change the ODBC or OCM after creating the program.
It needs to reinitialize the environment if anything has changed.


Zoltan_Gyimesi wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>Hi Balla,


1.) You have to create OneWorld data source pointing to the ODBC data

source, similar like OneWorld Local pointing to Jdeb7.mdb.

2.) You have to create a OneWorld environtment too with your working
path

code and with an OCM entry, where *TBLE entry points to your new OW
data

source.

3.) Restart your client.

4.) Open the TC designer and choose your new environment as Input or
Output.

5.) You will see your Access data source in the list.


Please, let me know if it works or if you have further questions.


Good Luck,

Zoltán


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