Caché Specialized System Tools and Utilities
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Customization
1.2 Remote System Management
1.3 Migration and Conversion
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Using System Classes for National Language Support
2.1.1 The %SYS.NLS Classes
2.1.2 Examples Using %SYS.NLS
2.1.3 The Config.NLS Classes
2.1.4 Examples Using Config.NLS
2.1.5 Using %Library.GlobalEdit to Set the Collation for a Global
2.2 Customizing Start and Stop Behavior with ^%ZSTART and ^%ZSTOP Routines
2.2.1 Design Considerations
2.2.2 Enabling %ZSTART and %ZSTOP
2.2.3 Debugging ^%ZSTART and ^%ZSTOP
2.2.4 Removing %ZSTART and ^%ZSTOP
2.2.5 Example
2.3 Extending Languages with ^%ZLANG Routines
2.3.1 Notes
2.3.2 Examples
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Using ^GBLOCKCOPY for Fast Global Copies
3.1.1 Uses of ^GBLOCKCOPY
3.1.2 Running ^GBLOCKCOPY
3.2 Using Switches
3.2.1 Currently Defined Switches
3.2.2 Manipulating Switches
3.2.3 Failure Modes
3.3 Controlling Caché from a Windows Client
3.3.1 CctrlGetDirs
3.3.2 CctrlConfigStatus
3.3.3 CctrlControl
3.3.4 CctrlRun
3.3.5 CctrlRunIO
3.4 Character—based Management Routines
3.4.1 ^SHADOW
3.4.2 ^LEGACYNETWORK
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Batch Mode
4.2 Priority
4.2.1 The SetPrio() Method
4.2.2 The ^%PRIO Utility
4.2.3 Jobbed Process Priority
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Using cvendian to Convert Between Big-Endian and Little-Endian Systems
5.1.1 Location of Utility
5.1.2 Conversion Process
5.1.3 Utility Syntax
5.2 Using cdbmerge To Consolidate Database Extents Into One File
5.3 Converting FileMan Files into Caché Classes
5.3.1 Overview of the FileMan Mapping Utility
5.3.2 Accessing the FileMan Wizard
5.3.3 Specifying the Default Settings
5.3.4 Mapping FileMan Files
5.3.5 Programmatic Access
5.3.6 Next Steps
5.3.7 Notes
5.3.8 Advanced Queries
5.4 WebLink Developer Tags for Conversion to CSP