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Anyone have any Telemagic experience?

Anyone have any Telemagic experience?

Anyone have any Telemagic experience?

 We are using an old version of Telemagic. V12.5   We had a server crash the other day. We have all of the data (tmcustmas.dbf) but we don't have the system directory that TM needs to run. There is a directory it creates called \tmsysdir\ that houses a few system files. One of the files is called tmsys.dbf that pretty much just keeps track of the database names and locations.  How would I go about re-creating this?  Does anyone have a copy of this file that I can modify?

RE: Anyone have any Telemagic experience?

I wonder if you are using the right forum. Perhaps the General Database Discussion forum669: -General database discussion

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