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#1 yurino

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 03:35 PM

Hello,

I have an AIX workstation and want to connect my PC to the application that is running on the server. I know I need an script on the unix side but don't know wich one is.

Some help will be greatly apprecciated.


Thanks,

Yurino

#2 Joseph Bove

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 06:26 PM

Yurino,

The script on the unix side will typically be one that sets the following ProIV environment variables and then executes the pro executable.

It might like something like this:

# /usr/local/scripts/runpro

export PROPATH=application / boots directory
export PRODATA=data directory
export PROTERM=terminal emulation (GUICLR or GUIDEV for a GUI session)
export PRORUNTYPE=RUN or DEV

/usr/proiv/pro

There are a number of other options that you could use / set. If you also you a SQL database, you would need to set the SQL_DBTYPE, SQL_USERNAME, SQL_PASSWORD, SQL_DBNAME

If the script already exists and you are just trying to find it, try grep'ing all of your scripts for pro or PRORUNTYPE.

hth,

Joseph

#3 yurino

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Posted 20 September 2006 - 05:56 PM

Yurino,

The script on the unix side will typically be one that sets the following ProIV environment variables and then executes the pro executable.

It might like something like this:

# /usr/local/scripts/runpro

export PROPATH=application / boots directory
export PRODATA=data directory
export PROTERM=terminal emulation (GUICLR or GUIDEV for a GUI session)
export PRORUNTYPE=RUN or DEV

/usr/proiv/pro

There are a number of other options that you could use / set. If you also you a SQL database, you would need to set the SQL_DBTYPE, SQL_USERNAME, SQL_PASSWORD, SQL_DBNAME

If the script already exists and you are just trying to find it, try grep'ing all of your scripts for pro or PRORUNTYPE.

hth,

Joseph

Yeah, this works, thank you Joseph.

Yurino



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