Invalid SQL: INSERT INTO `swsessions` (`sessionid`, `ipaddress`, `lastactivity`, `useragent`, `isloggedin`, `sessiontype`, `typeid`, `dateline`, `status`) VALUES('587ad68bd4da1b472bd2fd74b1183bbb', '54.167.225.62', '1498610462', 'CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)', '0', '40', '0', '1498610462', '0'); (The table 'swsessions' is full)
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at C:\Inetpub\support.inm.com\includes\functions.php:410) in C:\Inetpub\support.inm.com\includes\functions.php on line 1612
INM Searchable Library Wizard is not supported on Windows 2000 - Support Center
inm logo
Corporate Website | Contact | Store | Support | Login  
     


Knowledgebase
View categorized listing of all common frequently asked questions.
Downloads
View our categorized library of downloads for all necessary manuals, software, etc.
 Article Options
Support Center » Knowledgebase » INM VizionDB for Director » INM Searchable Library Wizard is not supported on Windows 2000
Support Page Banner
 INM Searchable Library Wizard is not supported on Windows 2000
Product:Platform:Area:Version:
INM VizionDB Windows 2000 Searchable Library Versions 4.0 - 4.1.1

Summary

The Searchable Library Wizard is used from within the INM VizionDB Editor to index the contents of PDFs at authoring time, in order to perform quick searches by end-users at runtime. This wizard cannot be used on Windows 2000 because it uses User-defined Functions (UDFs), which are not supported on Windows 2000.

This limitation only affects the creation of Searchable Libraries. Director projects that use the Searchable Library functionality at runtime are supported on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Mac OS X 10.2.8-10.5

For additional information, see the knowledgebase article named "User-Defined Functions are not supported on Windows 2000".



Article Details
Article ID: 123
Created On: 27 Feb 2007 04:32 PM

 This answer was helpful  This answer was not helpful

inm general footer
Services Xtras Go Products Support Gallery Store Download About Us Contact Newsroom