SUMMARY OF REVISION B.06 CHANGES

INFINITY/32 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the B.06 revision level:

  1. Corrected DBARCH and DBJOUR for Y2K date
  2. Added CHECK command to DBCOPY to verify key index data
  3. Added modes 7, 8, and 9 to DWRITE

 

SUMMARY OF REVISION B.05 CHANGES

INFINITY/32 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the B.05 revision level:

  1. Added DOKUMENT command to DBCREATE utility
  2. Corrected problems in DBASE when adding Key 8 to a data base structure

 

SUMMARY OF REVISION B.04 CHANGES

INFINITY/32 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the B.04 revision level:

  1. Corrected DBASE to prevent destruction of key files if insufficient space available when modifying key structure
  2. Added validation of correct buffer sizes passed on DWRITE in DBASE

 

SUMMARY OF REVISION B.03 CHANGES

INFINITY/32 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The following list summarizes the fixes and enhancements introduced at the B.03 revision level:

  1. Corrected limitation on number of fields per file for files created by DCREAT subroutine using a loop to build one field at a time
  2. Improved key deletion to facilitate key compaction
  3. Corrected key linkage error that resulted from deleting all records in a file using follow/delete sequence
  4. Corrected code so mapped files that had been expanded would still reuse deleted records
  5. In DBCREATE, corrected problem of key fields not being updated properly when a field was replaced with multiple fields during a structure update
  6. In DBCREATE and DBEDIT, modified POS command to read and position on SI device instead of USL
  7. In DBARCH, PERMISSION command now used for entering passwords
  8. In DBARCH, corrected data loss that occurred when files with records greater than 2,500 words each were restored
  9. In DBLOAD, corrected scrambling of data when files with records greater than 2,500 words each were loaded with the LOAD DATA command