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RE: Anybody here know anything about Mimix?



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All I know about Mimix is that it's mirroring software.

Trevor Briggs
Analyst/Programmer
Lincare, Inc.
(727) 431-1246
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-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James H. H.
Lampert
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2014 1:38 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Anybody here know anything about Mimix?

We have a situation at a customer, with an SQL View that's part of our
Wintouch product, and Mimix.

I know I've heard of Mimix, but I can't remember what it is, or what it
does.

All I know about the problem is what they're telling us:

This is the file that gives mimix heartburn every night. I can delete
it on "B" and push a fresh copy down and the audit runs clean. The
next day the same thing. I just can't figure out why.........

and a screen shot of "Work with Audited Objects," showing (the names
have been changed to protect the innocent):

Audited Object
Opt Status Type Name
_ *NE *FILE WTFOOBAR/WTACTSV2U
_ *EQ *FILE WTFOOBAR/WTACTCV1
_ *EQ *FILE WTFOOBAR/WTACTSV1
_ *EQ *FILE WTFOOBAR/WTACTSV2C
_ *EQ *FILE WTFOOBAR/WTADDRV1
and so forth.

and it's WTACTSV2U and its *NE status that they're referring to.

All of the files listed on the screenshot are SQL Views of DDS PFs.
WTACTSV2U in particular is a UNION ALL of three slightly different
joins, tying scheduled activities to their accounts and/or contacts, and

WTACTSV2C is a very simple view (I don't even remember why it's
necessary) that's defined as "SELECT * FROM WTACTSV2U."

If I understood what MIMIX does, and what the "Work with Audited
Objects" is trying to tell us, I'd know what to tell the customer.

--
JHHL





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