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Now that LadyBridge is providing an excellant web based documentation, I've disabled by version of the searchable documentation.
Thanks for visiting. Please feel free to grab the AccuTerm code if you need it.

My first QM project
What I've done:
I downloaded the QM pdf documentation and converted them to text files. Onced converted, I've indexed based on characters separated by a single space. You will be able to search a single documentation guide or ALL guides based on the word(s) or phrases. You may also merely browse through the documentation a page at a time. Depending on your screen resolution, you might have to scroll left/right or up/down. I have mine set at 1280 x 1024 pixels to reduce the amount of scrolling. You'll also be able to print any page you'd like right from your browser.

These are the characters that were removed from the content as well as those I decided to leave. The code lines are:

BADCHARS = \!"#&\ ; * leave '$%
BADCHARS = BADCHARS:\*+,-./\ ; * leave 0123456789 ()
BADCHARS = BADCHARS:":;<=>?[\]^_`|~\" ; * leave @ {}

I decided to NOT exclude $%()@{} because some commands, functions, statements, etc. included them. Pretty much any word greater that 3 characters have been indexed on. The program uses a list of words, etc. that are 3 or less than 3 to include especially if it is a command, function, statement, etc. If you find any NON-Indexed word that you believe should be included please email me and I'll add it to the words to INCLUDE. Please also offer comments, criticism, etc. via the above email as well.

Our thanks and appreciation go out to:
Ladybridge, EasyCo, AccuSoft Enterprises and all contributors, coders, and document writers of QM.

Everyone have fun and enjoy.

Oh, one other note. The URL you're hitting is just one of my websites. I typically combine Apache and Coyote for the things they do best. This system is hosted by EasyCo. One thing they understand is your need to come in as root or whatever you'd like. Some of the other Linux hosting companies I've tried restrict access, package loading, etc. EasyCo gives you a virtual Linux environment that you can even reboot if need be.

 
AccuTerm File Transfer
 File Transfer  a driver pgm (.zip)

 File Transfer  a driver pgm (.txt)

 AccuTerm  file transfer subroutine pgm (.zip)

 AccuTerm  file transfer subroutine pgm (.txt)



Using AccuTerm file transfer:
What I've done:
I've being using AccuTerm since its infancy. It began as a DOS application and evolved over the years into the 'Windows' environment. I use it with every MULTI-VALUE platform I develop on. Those include: Mentor PRO, mvBASE, AP/PRO, D3/linux/windows, Unidata, and now QM. It's great to work with something that's evolved over the years just like 'multi-value' has.

Since I develop in multi-environments, I typically use AccuTerm in the 'offline' mode. I work in Windows XP Professional and create directories to emulate the ACCOUNT:FILE environment of the multi-value database. If you check out the 'File Transfer' driver program you'll notice its use of the 'AccuTerm' subroutine. I always install the MULTI-VALUE AccuTerm programs on the HOST system and use the Windows 'wED' program in combination. AccuTerm allows you to use WED at TCL within MULTI-VALUE if you'd like. I prefer the offline method for a couple of reasons. One side feature of using it this way is I always have a backup in case the MULTI-VALUE system fails for some reason. I can can also zip, ftp, email, etc.

Feel free to copy and use the code in any way you'd like. Please email me with any comments, suggestions, criticisms, or praise.

Our thanks and appreciation go out to:
Ladybridge, EasyCo, AccuSoft Enterprises and all contributors, coders, and document writers of QM.

Everyone have fun and enjoy.

 
Computerized Data Mgmt Inc (501) 803-0974 9:00am - 6:00pm CST