The values that appear in the columns seem to be time-ticks and it is not obvious that they are corrupted.
With the database dump I am not familiar with and do not know if you can do it in a plain text file. LMS does a DB dump by itself if you enable the DB backup process in Common Services but its not a readable file what you get. I think you need some import conversion tool to recreate the tables in mySQL.
Perhaps you´ll find some infos in the Sybase Admin Guide somewhere on the Sysbase website.
If you have problems with dbreader, post your mail address....
I wonder why we can see the CampusOgsGroupPropertiesTable when we just click its name, but not if we do a select * from CampusOgsGroupPropertiesTable.
I thought the script would do just that when we click the name of the table, but apparently not. Could this be a problem with the script?
If you have any info about this dbreader I'm interested. All modifications I did so far was to change the HTML page so I can just select the name of the database, and the script chooses the right username. The password is hardcoded in the script now.
I will adapt the script to allow me to set the limit on the number of records returned and to save the results as .cvs
Until now I find the database structure not very obvious, but then these applications were not designed together. Whatever info you have about the database internals let me know.
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