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The DDL comes with numerous samples. By default, the samples are installed in this folder:
On Windows Vista 64-bit: See Troubleshooting.
This folder has the following subfolders:
Administration Tools
Various files, described in the DDL documentation, that can be used when setting up UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Server Admin and UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Server.
Includes sample code in a number of programming languages (Visual Basic 6, Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++, Visual C#). See Sample code for more information.
Includes the Museum sample in several different formats (including UNICOM Intelligence Data File, Quanvert database, Surveycraft database, and Triple-S files), the Short Drinks and Household sample data sets in several different formats, and sample Quantum .dat and IBM SPSS Statistics .sav files. See Sample data for more information.
Contains the executable used to launch the IBM SPSS Data Collection Developer Library help system.
ISA rebranding
Contains samples that can be used to rebrand the UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Server Admin user interface.
This folder is created by the DDL installation to store the output when you run the sample scripts.
Includes sample interview, table and data management scripts, and some general mrScriptBasic and mrScriptMetadata samples. See Sample scripts for more information.
Tivoli agent
The Tivoli agent sample is the UNICOM Intelligence project monitoring agent for Tivoli and is used to monitor the UNICOM Intelligence project performance counters. The sample is available in both x86 32-bit and x64 64-bit versions.
XML schemas
Copies of the XML Schema (.xsd) files used by various UNICOM Intelligence components and described in the DDL documentation.
You can use the samples as a starting point when you develop your own tools, applications, scripts, and so on. However, it is always advisable to work on a copy of the samples rather than working on the sample files directly. This means you will avoid losing your work when you uninstall or upgrade to a new version of the DDL.
If you are a non-administrator Windows user and you want to open a sample metadata document (.mdd) file using the UNICOM Intelligence Metadata Model to Quantum, UNICOM Intelligence Metadata Model Version Utility, or MDM Label Manager accessories that are installed with the UNICOM Intelligence Data Model, you must copy (not move) the .mdd file to a folder in which you are permitted to create files and then open the new file. If you try to open the original file, an “Access is denied” error message appears.
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