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I just found out that BlueFinity International is hosting a webinar today at 3pm Eastern time to profile Solution Objects, which is an amazing new component of mv.NET. I’ll invite […]
When IBM purchased a license for mv.NET to re-brand as U2.NET, I thought they were going to offer it as a free value-add benefit to their clients. OK, strip out […]
I’ve been doing a lot of work lately with XML data. I’m just importing from XML to MV right now but exporting MV to XML can be the same thing […]
I recently assisted a client with an upgrade of mv.NET from v3.2 to v4.0. This is one of the value-add services provided to our clients who purchase mv.NET from us. […]
To respond to a request from one of our clients, and provide a general response for many people who ask similar questions, I am providing here a basic summary of […]
Several years ago I had a product called NebulaManager which had a significant amount of functionality, allowing bi-directional data movement between MV and Microsoft Office. For various reasons it never […]
I thought I’d take another shot at this topic of code generation, to define some terms and set the informational base that may help more people to understand and get […]
This is a quick request for a show of hands as to how many of you have done any work with code generation for clients to MV – or how […]
As mentioned recently I upgraded my Universe and Unidata Personal Editions to the latest releases. Actually I just did trial runs earlier in the week but today I did the […]
For someone getting started with mv.NET it’s easy to open an mvAccount, open an mvFile, maybe use an mvSelect on it, then read an mvItem. Some developers want to make […]
For those of you who read this blog but not the mv.NET category of the Nebula R&D forum, follow this link to the forum to get info on a new video I […]
It’s been a while since I’ve published an entry here. That doesn’t mean I haven’t been writing – I have over 30 unpublished blog entries. I just need to clean […]
In the U2 forum there have been a couple questions on the new U2/DB2 .NET data provider from IBM. I thought I’d write up a couple quick notes.
One of the most common inquiries we see in MV forums involves exchanging data between the MV DBMS and relational databases. In this multi-part series over the next couple weeks, […]
Almost two years ago I wrote a blog entry titled "Why mv.NET?" But every couple of days we still see the same question phrased differently: "How do I connect to/from […]
I just finished setting up the latest mv.NET v18.104.22.168 and used the Data Manager to create simultaneous connections to multiple MV environments. I dunno if other people get as much of a […]
OK, the title is a little tacky, but if you’re humming a tune about San Jose California then you get the joke. In response to a posting to the U2 […]
I’m frequently asked to compare PDP.NET and mv.NET. I have therefore written this long list of reasons why I believe mv.NET is a better choice. This article is password-protected pending […]
The following is some great information posted to the Raining Data web forum by Robert Burke, their new Technical Support Director. I’ve posted it here verbatim for your benefit.