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How to extract source codes of data dictionary

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TitleHow to extract source codes of data dictionary
URL NameP11858
Article Number000164146
EnvironmentProduct: Progress
Version: 7.x, 8.x, 9.x
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All Supported Operating Systems
Other: prodict, Tools source code
Question/Problem Description
How to extract
Where to find load_d.p?
Where to find dump_d.?
Where to find database dictionary executables?
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect Number
Enhancement Number
Resolution can be found in %DLC%/src/ "src" is the source code directory. Do NOT use the from "tty" or "gui directories, those contain precompiled r-code)

Use the "%DLC%/src/extractpl.bat script to extract the
As described in the script itself, usage: Run script from %DLC%\src directory and make sure that %DLC%\bin is in your PATH. Then run "extractpl <ADE pl name>" 

Starting with OpenEdge 10.0A, not all source codes are shipped on the installation media. If the src/ is not available on the system, download it from the Community website.

References to Other Documentation:

Progress Article(s):
 Where are the ADE - OpenEdge Development Tools Source Code Downloads?
Last Modified Date11/20/2020 7:28 AM
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