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LinkSQL.exe : trying to find Alan Walker

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  • Subject: [mg26549] LinkSQL.exe : trying to find Alan Walker
  • From: "Rudy Cazabon" <raygunprez at earthlink.net>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 00:34:01 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi everyone...

I am trying to get in touch with Alan Walker.

In issue v7 i3 of the Mathematica Journal, in the "New Products" section 
 ( http://www.mathematica-journal.com/issue/v7i3/newproducts/index5.html 
) an entry to LinkSQL - ODBC Functions v0.2 (Alan Walker, item 0210-564) 
is available.

I downloaded both linksql.nb and linksql.exe .  When I tried to install 
according to the directions in the notebook, linksql.exe dies.  The 
notebook mentions that this mathlink .exe was tested under Win9x and 
WinNT.  However, I am running Win2K.  Although I cannot come up with any 
reason why this should happen I figured I can offer a fix.

I wanted to know  ( if Mr. Walker is reading this ) if you could be so 
kind to share the Windows VisualC++ sources to linksql.exe , I'll make
whatever fixes are required to run under a Win2K environment and return 
it to you.  You can then choose to update the posting in Mathsource.

I look forward to your replies.

Sincerely,
Rudy Cazabon
Discreet - a division of Autodesk, Inc.




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