It extends the Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) to enhance Teradata Database access.
Teradata Studio can be run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX operating systems.
One point which is often unknown is that files are processed by wceloader.exe, and it can only install one file at a time. It doesn't mean we cannot have files contained by another .cab, but the contained files will not be installed during the installation of the container The traditional one, and the friendly VS Smart Device Cab project which doesn't require additional coding, but which also relies on the traditional one at low-level.
We should install it manually after the container file installation has been completed. Traditionally, the process to create a file was tedious and totally unfriendly.
(Don’t worry about this Mac stuff, it’s still just Windows running on live hardware, just like if it were a Dell or HP computer).
That went very smoothly, and I did a full install, blowing away the Windows 8 playground I had been using that partition, instead of updating it from Windows 8 to Windows 10.
I’m sure many die-hard Fox Pro developers are curious if Visual Fox Pro 9.0 SP 2 will install and run on Windows 10.
We now have a promising Microsoft Visual Fox Pro 9.0 entry in the fancy new Windows 10 Start menu: Now, I finally get to find out if we can run the fully patched Microsoft Visual Fox Pro 9.0 SP2 Version .7423 on Windows 10.There is a command line tool called CAB Wizard (cabwiz.exe) which still being used to create cabinet (.cab) files.If you follow this link, you can take a look at the documentation for this tool.Next I moved on to the main VFP install, and I took all the defaults, then the CD spun around for a bit, and finally, it gave me a nice message screen stating “Setup is complete” and “There were no errors during setup.” Looking good so far!!Next, I downloaded and installed Service Pack 2 for VFP 9, and once again, got this nice little affirming message box: Finally, I “installed” the VFP 9 Hotfix 3 for SP2 (i.e.