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CMS-XML Problem: INT APPROVED: #927: Oracle Developer/2000: You cannot run more than one invocation of Version Manager at the same time.
From a UK case : They were on Windows 3.1 & running 16-bit Dev/2000 v1.3 & after running VM or Oracle would receive the error after closing the one application & trying to open the other applicationThey have positioned the ORACLE files CAUPREFS.INI in the local C:\ORAWIN directory. This has resolved the error.
CMS-XML Support: INT APPROVED: #1233 ORACLE 2000 ERROR MESSAGES
2 You attempted to check in or out a file that is of a type that Developer/2000 does not recognize. In this case , check the file in or out using the stand-alone PVCS interface. Note that you can check out any file from Developer/2000, but can only check in files that Developer/2000 recognizes.
CMS-XML Support: # 905 Oracle 2000 and Unix
Support: # 905 Oracle 2000 and Unix
CMS-XML Support: #1237 ORACLE 2000 SUPPORTED FEATURES
Support: #1237 ORACLE 2000 SUPPORTED FEATURES
CMS-XML How To: INT APPROVED: Oracle Developer 2000, Additional Tips
How To: INT APPROVED: Oracle Developer 2000, Additional Tips
CMS-XML VM: Storing Oracle script files, stored procedures, or views
VM: Storing Oracle script files, stored procedures, or views
CMS-XML How To: #578 Oracle forms require directives to be set in Unix
How To: #578 Oracle forms require directives to be set in Unix
CMS-XML Problem: INT APPROVED: #924 Oracle Developer 2000 - DeleteWork Not Available
Problem: INT APPROVED: #924 Oracle Developer 2000 - DeleteWork Not Available
CMS-XML Problem: Check in and check out grayed out in the Oracle interface.
Problem: Check in and check out grayed out in the Oracle interface.
CMS-XML Problem: INT APPROVED: Archive suffixes and their importance in Oracle Developer 2000
Problem: INT APPROVED: Archive suffixes and their importance in Oracle Developer 2000
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