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Mincom connector list of objects & classes

Mincom connector list of objects & classes

Mincom connector list of objects & classes

(OP)
How can I get a listing of objects & classes for connector that I can refer, ie. a text list not the application provided. Some thing similar to a listing of the tables & structures.

RE: Mincom connector list of objects & classes


There is a "523bod.chm" file which is the compiled HTML Help descriptive doco file (comes somewhere on the Infopack CD which Mincom distribute with Ellipse)

Other ways to find this info:
Run Ellipse program msqmom.exe - gives a look at the repository for classes and methods, etc
Query the 'OBMH' table type in Ellipse file MSF010 - gives a list of the objects and methods, etc

RE: Mincom connector list of objects & classes

(OP)
Thanks Phil, Will try them out. Thank you for your help.

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