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...box.
Prior to version 5.01.1194489000 20071107, the box had to be specified as "lower-left", "upper-right" (i.e. SW, NE) only. In that version (and later), other diagonal combinations (i.e. NW, SE) are supported.
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...modulo
The modulo operator (%) was added in Texis version 8; it is supported for integral types.
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...optimization
The index-data-only optimization allows Texis to not only use the index to resolve the WHERE clause, but also the SELECT clause in certain circumstances, potentially avoiding a read of the table altogether and speeding up results. One of the prerequisites for this optimization is that the SELECT clause only refer to columns available in the index.
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...strlst,
In version 7 (or compatibilityversion 7) and later, note that in create mode, an empty source string will result in an empty (zero-items) strlst: this helps maintain consistency of empty-string meaning empty-set for strlst, as is true in other contexts. In version 6 and earlier an empty source string produced a one-empty-string-item strlst in create mode.
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...operator.
Both of these actions are subject to enabling by the alequivs setting in Vortex/tsql.
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...settings
In the Metamorph API (unlike Vortex, tsql and the Search Appliance) equivalences are on by default, so the following actions would be the opposite of what is described.
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...searched
byte is defined as an unsigned char
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...syntax
square brackets indicate an optional parameter, ... indicates optional repetition
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...XPMIPN
XPMIPN is a synonym for (XPMI*)NULL
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...SERVERPN
SERVERPN is a synonym for (SERVER*)NULL
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...query
See the Metamorph User's manual for a desription of the query syntax
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...SRCHPN
A synonym for: (SRCH *)NULL
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...operation
see fopen() for a description of the modes
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...RFILEPN
synonym for (RFILE *)NULL
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...texisd
Not to be confused with vhttpd, the Texis Web Server.
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...unlimited
Although the server has no specific limits on how many logins there may be, the operating system may have other ideas about how many processes may run, how much memory is available, etc.
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...forks
Fork: create a clone of a process that runs independently of its parent
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...database
See your system manuals about adding users
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...chroot()
See chroot(2) in your system's manuals
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...profile
Metamorph profiles are generated/edited using mm3. See separate documentation on Metamorph.
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...maps
See your local man pages about "services" and/or "getservent()".
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...-o outputfile
Versions of kdbfchk prior to 2.6.924300000 (April 16, 1999) interpreted the second file argument as the output file, and -o was the overwrite-file option.
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...Windows)
In versions prior to 6, the configuration file was called texis.cnf instead of conf/texis.ini. Version 6 will try to load it from the old location if it cannot be found at the new location.
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...codes
In version 5.01.1224719000 20081022 and later.
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...Timport
In earlier releases of Texis timport was a client/server program requiring the Texis daemon and timportf had the server compiled in so that `texisd` was not required. As of 11-01-1996 timport has the server compiled in so it does not require the server and timportn is the client/server version requiring texisd.
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...imports
The direct version of Timport does not require the Texis server.
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...imports)
The direct version of Timport does not require the Texis server.
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...loading
The direct version of Timport does not require the Texis server.
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...SERVERPN
SERVERPN is a synonym for (SERVER*)NULL
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...TSQLPN
TSQLPN is an alias for (TSQL *)NULL.
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MMOFFSPN is an alias for (MMOFFS *)NULL
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XPMIPN is a synonym for (XPMI*)NULL
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((char **)NULL)
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...printed
Under SunOS 4.x htspf() returns a char * pointer to its buf parameter, to maintain compatibility with sprintf().
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...CGISLPN
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