Omnis 3 Conversion
jim at jacsoft.co.nz
Thu Jun 16 16:34:28 EDT 2016
With SheepShaver … how do you like to a remote datafile? Or is it just a single user site?
I’ve dabbled a little with SheepShaver, but have not been able to set it up to use ODB, if I could do this I would have some very happy clients :)
JACSoft Programming Ltd. <http://www.jacsoft.co.nz/main.shtml>
> On 17/06/2016, at 6:24 am, Alex Clay <aclay at mac.com> wrote:
> I'll second SheepShaver. We use it in an OS X 10.11 VM we host on ESXi running on a Xserve to keep an Omnis 7 app up and running. It's kinda funny to see that much virtualization and technology going in to support an ancient application, but I suppose it's cheaper than rewriting the thing in something that runs on a modern OS. This was the solution after I ran out of old Macs to replace ones when the hardware went bust.
> As to your Omnis 7.0 or 7.1 I'm afraid I can't help.
>> On Jun 16, 2016, at 14:01, Thad Bogert <thad at technosolver.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Does anyone have a downloadable copy of Omnis 7.0 or 7.1 (not 7.3.x) for the Mac that I could borrow? I have an Omnis 3 application that I would like to migrate and update to studio. Or does someone have the Omnis 3 to 5 conversion utility?
>> Amazingly my client still uses their Omnis 3 application in classic mode on older OS X machines. :)
>> BTW, if you ever need to run older Mac software, I came across a handy application that emulates a PPC machine running OS9 on current versions of OS X:
>> http://www.macwindows.com/Emulator-for-Mac-OS-9-in-OS-X-updated-for-Mountain-Lion.html <http://www.macwindows.com/Emulator-for-Mac-OS-9-in-OS-X-updated-for-Mountain-Lion.html>
>> Omnis 3.3 worked without a hitch :)
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