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I need a copy of Micro Focus Net Express for some investigation I'm doing. The Personal Edition is fine as I'll only be compiling some small sample programs and it is not for commercial use. I downloaded a 150 MB copy of it from CNET but it doesn't install. The file is called "NXP3251000157.exe". The properties say it is a version 22.214.171.124 of a "setup launcher" copyright Micro Focus 2006. If you attempt to execute it, it doesn't start the setup program, it just does nothing. 152MB of white elephant at the moment. :-) Does anyone have any clues on this or know where I can get the Personal Edition, or a version that actually installs? I don't want to buy the software because I only need to look at it for a few days. I guess I might have to go to e-bay, but that would be a last resort... Pete. -- "I used to write COBOL...now I can do anything."
JCE wrote: <<My VW has a giant VW on the front and my friends Lexus a large L and my other friends CIVIC has CI IC on it.>> Who else remembers the Austin Se7en variant of the Morris Mini? -Chuck Stevens
Hi COBOL people, I'm in a COBOL class at school and we are using MF Net Express 3.0. I bought the program off a buddy of mine who took the class last semester (The orriginal, not some bootleg). Anyway, recently my registry got really screwed up due to a virus that my little bro, bless his heart, downloaded. I recoved to an earlier point and now the program won't work. Keeps telling me "FATAL ERROR -- Cannot access message file" When ever I go to compile. My teacher said it sounds like I'm missing specific registry entries. Well I could reinstall and that should fix it, well turns out my roommate let one of his buddies borrow my CD and also turns out that was a month ago, and no one knows where it is. So What I'm getting at is, does anyone know which registry entries would fix this, or does anyone have like a program update that would fix it, anything. Or even if anyone has, or knows where to find, the program downloadable online, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Steve
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