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devexpress.xpf.grid dll cannot be written to, make sure you have admin rights etc etc,
I start the installation from an elevated cmd prompt.if I install the 32 bit version then it installs fine.
Is it possible to open a new file and overwrite the existing data in an open editor?
I am using v6.3
I am trying to do a date calc that has me confused. i want to use a date in the past to as my starting point to get the most recent full 12 mont period
3/1/2003 = 3/1/2017 - 3/1/2018
6/1/2005 = 6/1/2016 - 6/1/2017
does this make sense? any help appreciated.
- Version: Toad for DB2 4.7 on Win 10, DB2 Server on AIX ,- Purpose: We are implementing PAM (Privilege Account Management ) so the goal is to launch Toad for DB2 4.7 and make connection to designated database with all the credentials been provided by PAM, no entry required for operators.- What have tried: Searched on internet and all information I got are for Toad for Oracle, and it seems many people are using that way: Toad.exe -c $Username/$Password@$Database or Toad.exe connect=$Username/$Password@$Database ($parameters will be substituted by PAM)
- when using above commands in DOS command line with real credentials the Toad for DB2 just started with an empty editor window and no connection was made, and no error message.
So I wonder if launch a connection by command line is feasible for Toad for DB2?