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  • Convert C#/VB.NET Date/Time to Internal Date

    This Article will show you how to convert a C# or VB.NET Date/Time object into an Internal MultiValue Date. It will show you how to do it using the ICONV functions, and well as how to generate an Internal Date without using the ICONV function.

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  • Convert Internal Date into C#/VB.NET Date/Time

    This article will show how to convert a MultiValue (PICK) Internal Date into a DateTime object that you can use in C# and VB.NET. The article will cover how use the OCONV statement, as well as, how to generate the DateTime object without using the OCONV statement.

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  • Introducing OpenXML

    With Word 2007, Microsoft introduced a new document format based on XML, thus opening the ability to work directly with the document structures. This first article introduces OpenXML and shows how to explore this new format.

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  • MultiValue BASIC and C# Syntax Comparison

    MultiValue BASIC is excellent for developing Business and Enterprise console applications, as well as string manipulation and business rules. Many people chose to use .NET for the GUI and UI development, whether it is ASP.NET, WinForms, or XAML. When working in these environments, it is handy to have a cheat sheet of how each language implements it syntax.

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  • MultiValue BASIC and VB.NET Syntax Comparison

    MultiValue BASIC is excellent for developing Business and Enterprise console applications, as well as string manipulation and business rules. Many people choose C#for the GUI and UI development, whether it is ASP.NET, WinForms, or XAML. When working in these environments, it is handy to have a cheat sheet of how each language implements it syntax.

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  • MultiValue OCONV/ICONV in .NET - Date Conversion

    OCONV/ICONV commands are used extensively throughout our MultiValue systems. For many of us, they have become second nature, but to use them in other languages can cause problems. This article will explain how to mimic the OCONV/ICONV process in .NET for the Date Conversion codes.

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  • OpenXML Part 3: The OpenXML 2.0 SDK

    Having learned the basics of Microsoft OpenXML Word documents and Excel spreadsheets in parts one and two, part three of this series explores the OpenXML SDK and advanced techniques for building this type of content.

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  • Setup SSL Encryption for UniObjects

    This video provides you a step by step directions to implement the SSL Encryption for UniObjects.NET and UniObjects JAVA. The instructions take you through how to create and implement using Self-Signed Certificates that will cause a 1028Bit or larger encryption between the client PC and the UniVerse or UniData Server.

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