On Wed, Apr 27, 2022 at 9:00 AM Michael Leslie
Does anybody have a cached copy or would
be willing to host this page on an ongoing basis?
The answer to "does anybody have a cached copy" is yes, the Internet
Archive Wayback Machine does (as Mark notes below):
On Wed, Apr 27, 2022 at 9:27 AM Mark Waterbury
The Internet Wayback Machine (archive.org) to the rescue: https://web.archive.org/web/20210512095922/https://developer.ibm.com/articles/i-power-of-udtf/
I was just about to post almost the same thing (even using the phrase
"to the rescue"!) but I went one further. The answer to "is anybody
willing to host this page on an ongoing basis" is yes, and of course
it's the Wayback Machine again, but Mark picked a newer version, which
was itself already an archive (by IBM), and it is missing the figures.
So I found an older, more original developWorks snapshot, and then
shortened it (so another answer to "who's willing to host" is
Oh, and I agree with this suggestion as well:
On Wed, Apr 27, 2022 at 9:55 AM Stephen Landess
In addition to what Mark wrote, while viewing the article on the Wayback Machine right-click and do a Save-As of the page to an html document on my PC, just in case...
Sometimes pages are not "perfectly" savable as HTML. Even if the
browser tells you the save "failed" it has usually gotten far enough
along that the result is still more than usable. For those rare cases
that it isn't, your browser is likely capable of taking a whole-page
image snapshot. (This tends to be a last resort because the file could
be huge and the text won't be selectable or searchable. For the
article being discussed here, my "save as" result lost most of the
formatting but was otherwise fine.)
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