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 User-Defined Functions are not supported on Windows 2000
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INM VizionDB Windows 2000 Searchable Library Versions 4.0 - 4.1.1

Summary

INM VizionDB supports user-defined functions (UDFs) within SQL statements.

For example:

Lower()

Upper()

substring()

These types of functions are not supported on Windows 2000, in INM VizionDB version 4.0-4.1.1. We hope to resolve this issue in a future release of the product.

This limitation also affects the Searchable Library Wizard, which indexes the contents of PDFs from within the INM VizionDB Editor.



Article Details
Article ID: 122
Created On: 27 Feb 2007 04:30 PM

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