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I don't know it is rightplace to ask this question.
I am just starter and Ihave installed open access_2.2 with
header files and examples. My company is SI2 member.
I have compiled the one example i.e. 'DbContents' with
some changes in Makefile and macro.def file and it has generated
opnDbContents.o and opnDbContents*.
I having OA database where one .oa file is saved.
Now question is how this example connect with OA database
so that I can get lib Name, Cell Name and View Name according to DbContents
Should I specify some path in opnDbContents.cpp? what
command should I run to get the output and where it will store?
Please specify with proper explanation.
I just spotted this when I was searching for your posts. This is not an appropriate forum for OA questions. In fact the best place to ask them would be on the Si2 web site - there are forums there for OA questions.