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Re: Converting OV/400 files to something else



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How's about PRTDOC to an output file?  Then take the output file and
convert it to an ifs file, (CPYTOSTMF).

Rob Berendt
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"Adam Lang" <aalang@rutgersinsurance.com>
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http://www.inventivedesigners.com/products/dtm.html

As mentioned in another thread, we have an application that uses
OfficeVision.  Now, there are things we can do to stop using it, but the
problem is accessing the old information.

Our vendor CSC (wa sPMSC) recommended DTM saying it can convert the
documents.

Reading it over, it looks liek all it will convert it to their format.
Anyone encounter this product?

Also, does anyone have any other solutions ideas on how to get our OV
documents ?  Converting them to just text files would be sufficient.

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