Here's a utility that can help any site needing to upgrade to 7.x, whether it's recovering lost file definitions, or searching logic using complex patterns, to identify deprecated commands for instance. It can read PROISAM files natively, using random or sequential access, without PROIV installed. It is backwards compatible to 2.0r100, supports all record lengths currently in production, and does not even need files to be byte swapped between platforms.
This particular version should work on Windows platforms, though Linux, Mac OS X and Sparc Solaris 8-10 can be supported. It has been tested on Windows 7 64 bit. You'll need Java installed, version 1.6 or higher, as the program, and the library it uses, are pure Java.
The upload consists of one ZIP file with an MD5 checksum of 840ef130c18a35591356acd6e7269278. It will extract one executable. Typing DumpProIsamFile-windows from a Windows console will display detailed help and other information.
Though the utility is not free, it will be fully functional for all of July.
Edited by Neil Barber, 29 June 2013 - 02:08 AM.