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ProIV IDE Server Setup
The following notes will help install the ProIV IDE Server side functions, needed to use ProIV IDE.

First download the correct server file for your ProIV version and OS from here

On windows, unzip the downloaded file into a temp dir.

Move the files to a temp dir on your ProIV server.

On your ProIV server, use the ProIV Utility isin (or isin32 on windows) command to isin the proide_server.out file to produce the prx file to import.

There are 2 different methods of installing ProIV IDE Server side. One for Single Developer versions and one for all other versions of ProIV.

Full ProIV Versions:
Log into ProIV and go to the import screen ($XFR).
Import the functions from the file proide_server.prx
Enter 'I' for import, enter the prx location and name into the 'Transfer file' field, and enter 'P/' in the 'selection' field.

Single Developer Versions:
Because the 'Native' function import routines are not included in Single Development versions, you will have to import the functions via VIP.
Start VIP, and then click on the 'Tools' tab at the bottom right.
Under the 'General Tools' section, click the 'Import' icon.
Click the file browse ('...') button in the 'Directory/Path' field and then check the 'prx' checkbox in the new window at the bottom. Then navigate to and select the prx file that you extracted from above.
Check the 'Run-Time' check box on the right hand side.
Click on the 'Select All' button.
Click on the 'Import' button and the import will start.

Everytime you install or upgrade ProIV IDE, you must run the IDESETUP function.
Go to the ? (by pressing CTRL-C or CTRL-BREAK) and run the function IDESETUP, and enter 'Y' to the confirm prompt.

This will create a few ide physical files in the boots dir,value variables, creates ProIV logons IDE/001,IDE/002,IDE/003,IDE/004 and create the temp dir ide_temp under your boots dir.

All ProIV IDE functions begin IDE and all value variables start with &$IDE

Setting up ProIV logon:

Please select the link from below depending on your kernel type

Unix Kernel
Windows Kernel