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Creating Oracle roles manually
By Markus Schmitz at 18 Apr 2008 - 16:47

You can create all needed users/roles manually, but you have to keep the same passwords, because you have only one ora_users file for all databases.

 

Here we go:

 

1) You need to create the schema owner. In Unix this is normally baan and in NT often baandb:

create user baan identified by xyz;
grant ressource to baan;
grant connect to baan;

 

2) You need to create the role which all Baan users belong to. In Unix, this is r_baan:

create role r_baan;

 

3) You need to create the actual Oracle users for the Baan users, see ora_users file:

create user heinz identified by XYZ;
grant connect to heinz;
grant ressource to heinz;
grant r_baan to heinz;


VB Calling DLL
By gfasbender at 18 Apr 2008 - 16:44

There has been a few posts concerning the process of calling a Baan DLL function from VB code within a Windows application.

The attached zip file contains an example Excel spreadsheet and DLL that extracts Baan Text.

Baan DLL Function: (Library tudllolegwc): vb_dll_example.zip

 


Recursion Example
By afsfan at 18 Apr 2008 - 16:34
What you have shown below is recursion all right - but it's recursion in 3 GL. The issue is when u try to call events recursively in 4GL - Thats when the "recursion not implemented" message has real value. In your code you are pretty much implementing recursion yourself - only using the system stack. It would be intresting to see if the same works for calling "Event Labels" in a wrapper!

As many of you will already know, recursion is possible in Baan. Despite the 'Recursion not (yet) implemented' message that is sometimes shown when you actually try it. For example, the following works (meaning: I got something like this to work recently, the code below is untested as it stands):

 


Baan OLE Broker Server
By ckassab at 18 Apr 2008 - 15:56

If you want to connect your baan server to Internet or to develop mobile applications that access directly to baan without using a terminal server, baanOle Broker Server (BOBS) is the answer you are looking for.

So, the mision of BOBS is to help the companies to connect their external applications to Baan in a very easy way and from anywhere.

 

 

Also visit the BOBSFAQ and the forum topic BaaN Ole Broker Server (BOBS)

 

I will be posting articles on how to write apps using BOBS in a blog in the next address: Connecting Applications to Baan


How to create Oracle users/roles manually
By Markus Schmitz at 23 Feb 2008 - 23:44

You can create all needed users/roles manually, but you have to keep the same passwords, because you have only one ora_users file for all databases.

 

Here we go:

 

1) You need to create the schema owner. In Unix this is normally baan and in NT often baandb:

 

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Common DBA Misconceptions
By patvdv at 23 Feb 2008 - 22:00


Common DBA Misconceptions

by Jeremiah Wilton

 

These articles are from the Common Oracle Misconceptions series by Jeremiah Wilton at http://www.ora-600.net

Copyright (c) 2001 Jeremiah Wilton

 


gcommand tool
By patvdv at 23 Feb 2008 - 21:06

Purpose

A tool called gcommand is used for testing Triton database drivers. This tool is extremely useful and can be used for testing drivers at any stage e.g during initial development, enhancements, simulating a bug etc.

This document describes the usage of gcommand. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with Triton database drivers and various database actions described in this document.

 

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