Hello John,

I'm thinking that RVI probably places their objects in an IFS file of
some sort and then you could match the info up with the index entries
from their DB2 database tables.

If they won't help you, please feel free to contact me directly

I would be happy to take a look at their DB structures for you and let
you know how easy the process is to accomplish.

We took an open approach when we wrote our WebDocs software. All files
are stored in the IFS in their native formats and can be easily

Our feeling has always been never to hold a customer hostage on their
data :-)

Look forward to hearing from you.

Richard Schoen
RJS Software Systems Inc.
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Email: richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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message: 7
date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 15:32:06 -0500
from: "Brandenburg, John" <JBrandenburg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: REAL VISION IMAGE software

We have been a purchaser/user of the REAL VISION IMAGE software for
several years on our iSeries. You can image our shock when we found out
that the RVI product doesn't provide a document export function. They
want to charge us an enormous amount of money to provide us with a
utility to export our 25,000 documents in their original form so we can
load them into another WinTel based Document Management system. Does
anyone know of a shareware or other utility program available to export
documents form the RVI product?

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