Tampa 2020 - 20th to 23rd April, 2020
If you use MultiValue Retrieval in any aspect of your job (end-user or developer) you need to understand what is happening in your file dictionaries. During this session you will learn how to read and write dictionaries, understand the various dictionary structures and how they process. We will cover what each line of the dictionary does, how to convert data and create calculated dictionaries.
The PICK A and S type dictionaries will be covered in this session, as well as the corresponding INFORMATION I-Type dictionary items.
File design, programming, search techniques, indexing, and multi-threaded processing can dramatically improve processing speed when using your MultiValue database. This session offers proven solutions for optimizing your applications to take full advantage of your computer's resources.
MultiValue Retrieval is a fact of life in all MultiValue applications whether you are an end user or developer. MultiValue Retrieve (ACCESS, ENGLISH, U2Query Language, etc) is one of the many features that make the MultiValue Database so powerful and versatile. This session will cover aspects of writing your own retrieval statements. The major topics are Verbs, Sorting, Selection Criteria and Output Specifications.
This session is a good refresher course for the professional, or an introductory course for your new IT staff or power users.
Let’s face it, many of our MultiValue IT departments are going to be looking at personnel turnover in the next 5-10 year. Succession Planning is business/corporate term for planning ahead.
Succession Planning is similar to a Disaster Recovery Plan, in that, it is an exercise to takes you through how the transaction of personnel affects the business and how to make it as smooth as possible.