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Informer (marathon) informix software

Informer (marathon) informix software

Informer (marathon) informix software

I have two DELL servers, each running SCO 5.0.5.  My problem is that I run a very old Informix Product called informer (part of marathon circa 1981), on one of the servers which functions correctly.  However, when this was moved to the other DELL server it core dumps with a memory fault when the stty intr key is pressed.

I can see no visible differences between the OS and was wondering if anyone had any idea of what was going on here.

Also does anyone know where I could perhaps get the source code for informer and the other products to see if I could recompile the system for this new server?

Many thanks.

RE: Informer (marathon) informix software

I'm not sure if you attempted to contact Informix, but if you haven't, I can get you in touch with the best contacts at Informix.


RE: Informer (marathon) informix software

Is it possible to web enable informix 4GL code without using dynamic 4GL?
Any help would be appreciated
Thanks in advance

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