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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
7%
Manual into new VRC
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Old 19th December 2001, 18:25
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useful and "secret" Baan IV functionality

Does anyone know any Baan sessions/libraries/functions that are undocumented or hidden, yet useful for Baan developers?

My favorite:
ttiex4100m000 Maintain Patch Codes
Create those .dmp patch files that Baan used to deliver solutions before PMC
better in most cases vs. using ttiex1280m000, in my opinion
make sure to set the environment variable CUNO_SRC=1 or else source code is not included in the patch
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Old 20th December 2001, 10:11
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Let's make the topic broader and cover any areas where you might know some 'secret' functionalities. For admins, sone useful object reside in the $BSE/tools subdirectories:
e.g.:
  • ottstpsessinfo: display session info, runtime objects etc (Baan Support rely heavily on this)
  • ottstperrlog: a little viewer program to scroll through all logs in $BSE/log
But there is much more....
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sessinfo

Baan usually asks straight away for a sessionfo of a session to see the version of your objects.
Now, ottstpsessinfo only gives you the object used by the session, so it's limited.
But you can get information on all kind of objects (compiled session, compiled reports and libraries) if you use the command line:
  • bic_info6.1 (bic_info.exe on NT): to get full sessinfo on all object types

Have look at the options, this is the program that ottstpsessinfo calls!

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How would you run an object such as ottstperrlog?
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Run Program

Pj,

From your BW client:

File > Run Program

and enter following details:
Attached Images
File Type: jpg run_ttstperrlog.jpg (15.0 KB, 1731 views)
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Old 20th December 2001, 16:11
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run the session for the object

Run the session ttstperrlog, which will execute the ottstperrlog object code
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There are also the "rebuild" sessions. Although the Rebuilds of Customer and Supplier order balances (tccom4213 and 4223) are now on the menu, there are others hidden around that are used to clean up the mess that Baan sometimes leaves behind itself.

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How about

ttstpisotable
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ttaadconv - Conversion to Word Processor
ttdskcs - Colour selector
ttdskfs - Font selector
ttstpcalc - The Calculator
ttstpcalandar - The Calandar
ttstpcreatdll - Turn a session into a dll
ttstpshell - Runs a shell
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Hi Phil,

What is ttstpisotable used for?
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ttstpisotable is the ISO-8859 character set which tells you the decimal, octal and hex values of the character set. It can be quite useful when programming.
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Just remembered some other 'features' from within a Baan session.

1. Press <ctrl><shift> 6 - gives full XML data on the session and includes an amazing array of information.

2. Press <ctrl><shift> 4 - this gives you a full breakdown of the SQL the session has executed to display the current data

3. Press <ctrl><shift> - (hyphen) - this shows the current porting set

I believe that this only works on porting set 7.1 or higher.
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is this in baan or in unix?
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Old 11th January 2002, 23:50
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BSE_LANG environment variable

Set the environment variable BSE_LANG=<language code> before/when logging into Baan (i.e. or in your BW configuration). This overrides the default language set for your user.
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ttstpbshdebug

ttstpbshdebug - here you can turn on some tracing options
(only available in Baan5, also available via option dialog, debug bshell)
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