1.Modify your configuration file (usys.ini/usys.asn) to load the ud6.dll.

Find the configuration file in your Uniface installation:

Uniface VersionDirectory of Configuration FileSection
SixC:\windows\usys61.ini or
C:\winnt\usys61.ini
[dlls]
7.1Usys:bin\usys.ins[uniface_dlls]
7.2Usys:bin\usys.ini[uniface_dlls]
8.2 - 9.3Usys:adm\usys.asn[USER_3GL]

In the nominated section add ud6.dll, eg:

Uniface 7.2.02
[uniface_dlls]
demandload=c:\usys72\bin\ud6.dll,...

Uniface 8.2.01 or Uniface 9
[USER_3GL]
; assuming the default start in directory is c:\usys82\project
..\bin\ud6.dll

If you are using an INI file specified from the command line (eg: idf /ini=c:\7205.ini) then you may wish to use the [userdlls] section instead (Uniface Six/Seven).

If using Uniface 8 userver (the new polyserver) it may be necessary to enable "exclusive connections to userver".

$tcp tcp:server+13000|username|password| -ex
or
$tcp tcp:server+13000|username|password|ust -ex

Steps to installing UD6

Next Step Modify ASN [SETTINGS] and [DRIVER_SETTINGS].
Step 3 UD6 configuration files.
Step 4 Modify ASN [PATHS] and [ENTITIES].
Step 5 Initialise the UD6/CMtool repository.
Step 6 Prepare repository export.
Step 7 Import repository into UD6/CMtool.
Step 8 TIMESTAMPs.

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