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(1)ÉFFEEF: FÉE EÉEÉÉÉEEFÉ. DataFlex 2.0 TURBODOS. Installation. ————. Notes. ÉFEFTTTT=T. """""=". MULTI-USER. —. WHAT'S. ON. THE DISKS:. The. contents of the (A; B, sequentially BOOK) floppy. This properly. "A": "B": "C": In the. distribution disks are designed to. C). onto. sequence. a. hard. must. be copied (over disk drive or high-capacity DataF7ex be fo17owed to function for. Central program files which DataFlex expects to find on the "logged in" disk drive. More program (.CMD (or .COM in B-bit version)) fi1es9 sample datá» and compiled sample configurations. Infrequently-needed program files and source code for the sample configurations on the "B" disk.. following the instruction. to type <CR> means to press the key. not type the quotation marks; they indicate or commands for you to type on your keyboard. The notation "C signifies "Control C", and means to hold the Control (CTRL) key down while pressing the "C" (letter) key. Braces {} signify a command component which The braces are not to be typed. is optional. ENTER. DISK. RETURN. Do. INSTALLATION:. I) Determine which letter (between A: and P: inclusive) identifies the logical hard disk drive in your system that you want to hold DataFlex for routine use. In the following this drive will be Always referred to as "d: (for "destination") substitute your . selected destination drive designator for "d: " whenever you see in these instructions.. ". it. 2) A: and P: inclusive) Determine which letter (between identifies the floppy disk drive in your system that you will copy DataFlex from. In the fo11Owingg this drive will be referred to as "s: (for "source") . Always substitute your selected source drive designator in these instructions. for "s: whenever you see. ". ". it. 3 ). Place the "A" master DataFlex disk in your source floppy drive.. disk. 4). If. The. in which the disks are copied is you sequence of the following instructions, undesirable Log onto a disk drive which contains the TurboDOS occur. COPY.CMD (or .COM program in B-bit version), type "C<CR>, and then type "COPY s: d:<CR>", substituting for the "s: and "d: as from the "A" disk to explained above. This copy the depart results. utility. critical.. sequence from the. will. *.*. will. ". all files disk driveg listing each file as your destination it copies.the does not work after you have made several tries following instructions carefu11y> you should call your dealer.. ". If this. ——— ——— —————— —— —— —.

(2) TURB0®S. 2. MULTI-USER. DataFlex 2.0. 5) Take the' "A" disk out of the Then repeat the command you typed. all the files. copy. 6) Take Then type. all. copy. last:. "COPY. and. s,*.*. the "B" disk out of the source drive and put in the "C" disk. the last command once more: "COPY s:*,* d: <CR>", This will disk drive. the files from the "C" disk to your destination. AUTOLOAD FLEX AUTOLOAD.AUT COPY AUTOLOAD.AUT. COPY. These. Notes. put in the "B" disk. d: <CR>". This will from the "B" disk to your destination disk drive.. 7) You may set your system commands by the following manual TurboDOS user's for ,. source drive. Installation. to warm boot into DataFlex's MENU program for the appropriate users (consult your details of setting the AUTOLOAD function): COLDSTRT.AUT WARMSTRT.AUT. placed to be executed only by slave the master processor does not have sufficient memory to processors; AUTOLOAD the MENU system, and its attempting to do so can crash the To DO.CMD (or .COM in B-bit version) system. utilize TurboDOS's RENAME AUTOLOADing, the DataFíex-supplied file FLEX.CMD function in and (or .COM in B-bit version) to MENU.CMD (or .COM in B-bit version), MENU AUTOLOAD commands shown above, substituting then give the for commands. must. be. so. FLEX. 8). For other users to share DataFlex-supp1ied programsg configurations both supplied and created by you, and data, the to be Gr, TurboOOS's GLOBAL be and be p7".ced sharet; must in User given commmand, by the following given from the operating. files. attribute. systw:. SET. filename. ;G. represents the name of the fi1e(s) for which the The be set. should not be set the REINDEX.CMD or FREL.CMD (or FILEDEF.CMD, AUTODEF.CMD, DataFlex .COM any of these programs is run on a in B-bit version), and have to be SET or rewhich is to be GLOBAL, the GLOBAL named should SET programs the program is run. The be run only from User 0, and only on not being used by another Where. "FILENN'E". attribute. attribute. is to. files. if. for. attribute will. utility. after. files. user at the time.. 9) To "log on" to the disk drive that DataFlex is All the DataFlex files are now on your hard disk.. with the. Proceed. TERMINAL. "TERMINAL. INSTALLATION". instructions. file. just. on,. type "d: <CR>". below.. INSTALLATION l. Type to install DataFlex for your terminal. appear on the screen. should terminals of list list of terminalm contact your dealer for help.. I). Now. you. do. 2). (or one which your terminal or your terminal or computer emulates) is listed, respond to the prompt with the number that terminal or computer. If your computer or terminal is not. you are ready A "SETSCREE<CR>".. If. computer. for. not. see. a. If.

(3) DatU"Kx. listed, the. your dealer one of the 3) have. TURBODOS. Notes. first step is to consult to determine whether. computeMs computer or. your. your. listed ones.. 3. MULTI-USER. manual. terminal. and/or emulates. terminal is positively not on the SETSCREEn ]ist9 you will install DataFlex manually. Consult the DataFlex Useds Manual on "Installing DataFlex" for the procedures.. Ifto your. section 4). Installation. 2.0. specifying your terminal, your screen should function menu will appear on the screen. At this using the control codes for your termina6 so the display should no longer be scrolling; the screen should back does and actuajjy clear. ñOtj go try this procedure again, If reviewing your steps for accuracy and completeness. have finished SETSCREEn's and clear SETSCREEn is point,. When you. it. S). You must now set DataFlex to from the menu and answer. Option. I. AUTORETURN. ON. FULL. FIELD?. run. the. <N>. IS THIS A MULTIUSER SYSTEM? <Y> PRE-ALLOCATE DATA FILES? <N> IS THIS DATA CORRECT? <Y>. in the multiuser mode. subsequent questions. (May. be changed. familiar. with. when you Da"taF1ex). Sel as. ect follows:. are. more. 6). Select Option 6 (END / SAVE O-U\NGES) to save what you have entered f ar. At this point? the DataFlex Master Menu should display. You From now on, you only have to type may start to use DataFlex now. "FLEX" command from the line to get into th2 DataFlex merm so. 7). In the DataFlex Master MENU, the System Utilities choice gives you a number system access to of operating functions (directory7 type) These menu choices may easily be modified supplied with DataF1ex. change using the DataFlex 64ENUDEF these choices in the utility to Systan Utilities submenu from their supplied form to one which will execute TurboOOS's own equivalent functions. Merely change the by the desired MENU choice actions to the TurboDOS commancb preceded a which TurboDOS drive on the operating explicit drive designator for For example: systm files are present. A: DIR. to replace supplied. DIRECTORY. To. .. register your license to use DataF]ex> you must out the form and send CORPORATION. enclosed registration to DATA ACCESS The registration is required to get any updates or assistance with DataFl By return mai6 you will receive a code that will enable ex. your company name to appear on the master menu and the reports. If some other name is already at the top of your menu, that name will Please appear on the top of your reports as well. report this name to Data Access removing Corporation for assistance in it.. it. fill. and data provided on the "B" In running the sample configurations disk, you will find and helpful first to read the "Orientation Operation" section at the beginning of your DataFlex manual.. it. TurboDOS. is DataFíex is. a. r%. \. g. f_ -L-. g'. a. trademark of Software 2000, Inc. trademark of Data Access Corporation. 1 ^t3. A. m.

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