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Configuration Upgrades

While you are converting, you can maintain a document where the modules that are converted to Composer are built from Composer, but the others still show their WinCAD® or CADEWS® source.

DBDOC identifies many system issues, so you can clean them up and avoid copying them into the new system. Use DBDOC to capture a picture of your system before you start your conversion to make the conversion and checking of the new system easier.

With DBDOC...

  1. Capture a picture of the old system configuration.
  2. Easily sort out issues that exist in the old system.
  3. Reduce the amount of training necessary.
  4. Support the system more effectively while training.
  5. Have a good picture of the old system while training on new techniques.
  6. More about DBDOC & Configuration Upgrades...

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Last updated March 16, 2010
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