Does anyone have any suggestions on how to run a super procedure for an SDO

(there is already a logic procedure). I am getting an SDO from another

workspace and cannot make changes to it as the changes will be overwritten.

So I have created a super procedure, and this works really well in a client

server environment but doesnÂ’t work at all in appserver mode. I have tried

using a datalogic procedure and also just an ordinary plipp, I have tried

using different directories (app,obj,prc) and I have tried taking the db

required code out and running it somewhere else.

The internal procedures I will be creating overrides for are assignDBRow and


Any ideas would be very welcome!


Marcia Bouwman

Analyst Programmer

Management Information Planning

Tel: 011 803 1281

Fax: 011 807 1732

P O Box 2899




South Africa


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