Yeah, but PSC/400 doesn't need source to the "critical bits". The only thing PSC/400 needs source to is interactive programs - the ones that actually have a display file defined in them. Typically, the programs that doesn't have source are the security and licensing pieces that don't use a display file anyway. Joe > From: david.kahn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > Why wouldn't my product be supported by JDPeopOracle? > > Why indeed? I've wondered about that for a long time. The only real reason > I can think of is that it would undermine the marketing of their other > products. I don't think it's possible for a customer to go it alone on > this > because critical parts of the source are not released. In the past I > experimented with writing my own versions of some of the missing bits. > Testing was initially very promising but for reasons I won't go into in a > public forum it became apparent that it would not be wise to continue so I > quickly scrapped all my alternative code.
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