hi... again... .
I install on my PC progress 10.2b, my PC have an OS Ubuntu 12.04, the installation was easy, but I don't know how start Progress on this OS, somebody help me... please...
rogeliolt wrote:hi... again... .I install on my PC progress 10.2b, my PC have an OS Ubuntu 12.04, the installation was easy, but I don't know how start Progress on this OS, somebody help me... please...thanks again.
just type 'pro' in a terminal and there you go... nice looking IDE, a bit retro maybe but for those vi lovers out there would do
Hi Marian... I Do it, but Linux, send me an error...
maybe... I need configure de PATH and the services...
Have you a simple manual???, PLEASE
You should start with the installation manual.
The command pro, works, but send me an error just like this "This Version of Progress requires a startup procedure"
later, try with the database sports, I type.
pro sports, but Progress say this... You don't have permission to connect a database on $DLC.
what I need to do now???
You cannot connect to a database residing in DLC directory. Create a copy of sports database in another direcotry and then connect to this new copy.
rogeliolt wrote:The command pro, works, but send me an error just like this "This Version of Progress requires a startup procedure"
this usually means you don't have a development license installed, maybe just the database server was set-up on that linux box... try to run `proenv` and then `showcfg` will show you the current products installed, if you don't see any '4GL Development System' there then you can't do any development on that box, it will however allow you to run compiled code but then you have to provide the start-up program like `pro -p myApp.p`
the databases in the installation directory are template databases used for creating your own database.
Use the command prodb to create your own database.
prodb mysports2000 sports2000
at a minimum, you need to set an environment variable DLC to where you installed 10.2B and you need to add "$DLC/bin" to you PATH environment variable.
then, in some suitable directory you can create a database by making a copy of the ones we provided, or a copy of some other one you have. thusly:
prodb demo demo
there are several sample databases provided.
to use the database in single-user mode
to use the datbase in singleuser mode and run a 4gl program
pro demo -p program.p
to start a database server in mulituser mode
to stop the server
proshut demo -by
to use a database in multiuser mode
I can do it...
I never insert the other keys for the installation...
in this moment my Progress works so good.