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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
33%
Installation Wizard into new VRC
39%
Manual into existing VRC
6%
Manual into new VRC
22%
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Old 25th April 2007, 16:16
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Quick convert to runtime for sessions

Whenever your transfer a new session from a test environment to a live environment you have to run "Create Runtime Data Dictionary" - or you simply go to "Maintains Sessions" and change the session status twice (eg. finished->testing, save; then testing->finished, save) and you can run the session much faster ...
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Old 30th April 2007, 17:15
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I have a couple of ones which are more utility than secret. I will post the code for these later today.

a) otcmcscalendar - Utility which shows Calendar dates and Baan date value on one screen (avoids those hassles with calculating dates)

b) otcmcstime - Utility that converts time in secs since midnight to HH:MM:SS.

I don't know if these are already around, but thought i'd share.

Thanks.

Checked both session in BaaN IV and LN and both are not available.
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Old 30th April 2007, 17:29
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I believe those are user defined utilities. You might check the code and utilities forum.
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Old 1st May 2007, 13:36
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I believe those are user defined utilities. You might check the code and utilities forum.
I checked it but there is nothing related to those sessions.
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Old 2nd May 2007, 23:26
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Well it looks like the poster never did post the code to those utilities. Or at least I could not find it. I know other examples of timing and calendar stuff have been posted - not sure of the forums.
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Old 27th June 2007, 11:22
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Cool Being in a good mood today..

Maybe one of the best kept secrets among baan techies and probably not very legal:

Have you ever noticed that sometimes service pack installations add new source code to your environment?
Have you ever wondered why and when?

Baan Service packs traditionally come with a full load of sources. My guess is that this is to accomodate customers who actually bought the source.

The criteria for source being installed during SP installation is whether or not the source already exists on your system.

Therefore, if you create empty p-files for all your script objects, you will automagically get sources for all the updated scripts in a service pack.

As I mentioned before, this is probably not a legal way of obtaining sources so use this trick at your own risk. If anybody asks....you didn't hear it from me!
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Francesco,

I am surprised you as a moderator have the guts to mention this trick black on white on the board...

This indeed is the way it works by the way...
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Old 27th June 2007, 13:59
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Wink So sue me

Open Source RULES!!!

Seriously, even though Infor seems to have halted the witch hunt for illegal sources started by SSA, I will again make the disclaimer that this is NOT a legal method of obtaining baan source code.

Unveiling the method is however well within legal and ethical boundaries.
After all, people who are concerned about having illegal sources can also use this method to avoid unwanted installation of baan source.

There are many well-known hacks involving baan. We (admins) don't like to mention them because then we have to deal with the consequences and besides we like to use them ourselves on occasion.
But maybe it is time that things get fixed instead of swept under the rug.

And finally, moderators are not above moderation
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Source by service pack

AHAh! Francesco. I remember finding that on year 2001 winter... is it still working?

Beware of ending up with some empty p* file ... blocking you compile runs!

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Old 28th September 2007, 11:55
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It is documented by SSA

I was installing some SP's the other day and I found this "feature" more or less described in the documentation.

And yes, it's still working. Of course you cannot compile code that doesn't exist
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Hi,

Dont know this is "secret" or not!

Anyway, you can disable effect of session_timeout mechanism by keeping open (running) any print session e.g. tccom0401m000 (Print Employees).

Dont inform to your end users.

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Dont inform to your end users.
We came to know this bug from our end-users only!! We had to specially design code using bshcmd utility to kill such users
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ttstpbshdebug

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ttstpbshdebug - here you can turn on some tracing options
(only available in Baan5, also available via option dialog, debug bshell)
How I can get manual or help about " ttstp* ".
I need get profile for the time process on an order is very slow, the ttstpbshdebug can help me ?
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Old 28th June 2010, 09:57
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and
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
hi,

can these be run through any login or are they specific for super user?

i opened the session ttdskcs and changed the RGB combination but i couldn't notice any changes. i opened from bsp login.

thanking you in advance
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In Ln <ctrl><shift> 6 doesn't work anymore, use <ctrl><shift> 7
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