Cedarville University maintains an FTP site of programs which run
under the Unidata database management system. (Unidata is a database
product from IBM.)
Most of the programs on the site are generic to Unidata. The programs
include utilities like CEDARVILLE DOWNLOAD, HISTOGRAM, CROSS.TAB, and several
routines for creating multi-value handling i-descriptors. To browse through
these programs, click on the link below. To actually fetch the programs,
you will have better success if you use a regular FTP (file transfer
protocol) program like WS_FTP (in Windows) or ftp (in Unix/Linux).
You may login using the name
"anonymous". For a password, please enter your e-mail address.
CEDARVILLE DOWNLOAD is a utility program which produces output files in
ASCII, mail-merge, HTML, XML, or DIF formats. Output files can be used
by service bureaus and government agencies or used directly by
standard software packages. CEDARVILLE DOWNLOAD is easy to use, because
it uses syntax like the LIST statement that is native to Unidata.
There is an email "list serv" specifically for people who use
CEDARVILLE DOWNLOAD within their organization. To subscribe,
We also have routines which are specific to the higher-education package
"Colleague" from Datatel, Inc. To access these programs, you will need
to obtain a username and password from the Datatel User Group or the
Questions or comments about the ftp site should be directed to
Dr. David Rotman, Director
of Computer Services.