Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : RET045.ZIP
Filename : SETUP.BAT

 
Output of file : SETUP.BAT contained in archive : RET045.ZIP
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rem SETUP.BAT initialization file for The Retailer V4.05
rem This moves sample data for the tutorial to the data directory
IF EXIST INVNTORY\datafile.dat goto ini
cls
echo: making data directory
MD invntory
echo: COPY SAMPLE DATA FOR TUTORIAL TO data directory
echo on
copy datafile.dat invntory
copy datafile.ndx invntory
copy datafile.stx invntory
echo off
pause Sample Data copied Press a Key...
:INI
cls
echo: Instructions to initialize the RETAILER.INI file.
IF NOT EXIST RETAILER.INI GOTO INSTRUCT
echo: FOUND RETAILER.INI file. Contents are:
type retailer.ini
echo:
echo: If this is the Drive:\Directory where you installed the
echo: program then, you are finished with the initialization.
echo: If this is not the correct Drive:\directory then,
:INSTRUCT
ECHO: This program needs to know the [Drive]:\[Directory]
echo: where you installed the software.
echo:
echo: Please type: COPY CON RETAILER.INI [Press Enter]
echo: type: [Drive]:\[Directory] [Press F6] [Press Enter]
echo:
echo: Substitute your drive letter for [Drive] and your directory name
echo: for [Directory]. Don't forget to sandwich the :\ between the
echo: Drive & Directory. Press F6 immediately after the directory name. No spaces.
echo:
echo: Example: COPY CON RETAILER.INI [Enter]
echo:" Example: C:\RETAILER^Z [Enter] "
echo:" (The F6 key puts the ^Z on the line ) "
echo:
echo: P.S. It is not wise to install any software to a root directory.
echo:"If you do, then only use the drive letter and colon. EXAMPLE D:^Z [Enter]"
echo:


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : RET045.ZIP
Filename : SETUP.BAT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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