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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
18%
200 - 500 GB
29%
500 - 800 GB
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800 - 1200 GB
8%
1200 - 1500 GB
8%
1500 - 2000 GB
12%
> 2000 GB
22%
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Old 4th January 2015, 18:09
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Source for DAL and STPAPI
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HI, is the source always present for DAL/DAL2 ? to see what the business methods are so I can call them I would need source. Or I would have to use bic_info on the object I am guessing?

For the api (stpapi) is the source always present ? if not is there any harm in generating and overwriting the dll using the ttstpcreatdll) session ? so I can see the source.
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Old 5th January 2015, 08:44
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Hi,

Unless you do not own the source code, you will need bic_info and ttstpcreatdll. ttstpcreatdll doesn't affect anything. You can use it to check the commands, fields etc related to a specific session which will be helpful for doing AFS.``
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Dear Bhushan,

Could you please tell me how to use the bic_info feature ?
Since i cannot find any documentations regarding this bic_info.
Thanks in advance.

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bic_info6.2

Hello,

Code:
Show Object Information

Usage: bic_info6.2 [-aideushwcVm] [-f[flags]] object

   -a       : Show all object information
   -i       : Show assembler
   -d       : Show used DLL's
   -e       : Show exported DLL function prototypes
   -E       : Use defined names in exported prototypes
   -u       : Show usage of DLL (description)
   -s       : Show symboltable
   -h       : Show object header
   -w       : Show object idents (what)
   -c       : Check checksum
   -f       : Show all flags
   -f<flg>  : Test flags 1=NOTRANSACTIONS  2=DEBUG
                         4=PROFILE         8=DLL
   -qo <out>: Redirect output to file out
   -qe <err>: Redirect error output to file err
   -set <env=val>:
            set environment variable
   -V       : Show version
   -m       : run without shared memory
   -S        : dump id's for object
   -S all   : dump all Security information
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Old 23rd September 2019, 08:34
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Hello,

Code:
Show Object Information

Usage: bic_info6.2 [-aideushwcVm] [-f[flags]] object

   -a       : Show all object information
   -i       : Show assembler
   -d       : Show used DLL's
   -e       : Show exported DLL function prototypes
   -E       : Use defined names in exported prototypes
   -u       : Show usage of DLL (description)
   -s       : Show symboltable
   -h       : Show object header
   -w       : Show object idents (what)
   -c       : Check checksum
   -f       : Show all flags
   -f<flg>  : Test flags 1=NOTRANSACTIONS  2=DEBUG
                         4=PROFILE         8=DLL
   -qo <out>: Redirect output to file out
   -qe <err>: Redirect error output to file err
   -set <env=val>:
            set environment variable
   -V       : Show version
   -m       : run without shared memory
   -S        : dump id's for object
   -S all   : dump all Security information

Dear Bernd,

Thanks for your prompt reply.
Do you mean that i need to write this command at the windows command prompt ?
Thank you

Best regards,
Rendy
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Old 23rd September 2019, 15:03
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Also,you can use Wrapper Scripts for accessing Functions and features of Standard Scripts.

I found it more reliable than using AFS, specifically if we want to use features of a UI.

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