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Empty My IR Database
For: All Models
By: Ed Van Every
Empty Database to restore for clean start with device codes. This helps to eliminate the "Brand" clutter left behind even after the devices in the default (MyDatabase) items are all deleted. Thanks to RON7 for the SQL code to clean out all the Brand info... Import this database if you ultimately only want to see your specific devices listed in the available device list.
Updated: October 26, 2008  Size: 60kb
For: All Models
By: Ed Van Every
PEP1/PEP2 Device Export/Import DataBase Utilities
PDBEXPORT and PDBIMPORT provide the ability to export and import individual device information (including function codes) to/from the V1 and V2 PEP Component Databases. The Device Info Files are tab delimited and user editable for additional functionality. See the README file inside the archive for more information...
Updated: October 26, 2008  Size: 422kb
For: Pronto TSU9600
By: Ron Chernich
RDBMan v1.0 id the first release of a fine-grained export/import utility for the PEP V1.1 "My Database" code sets. This allows users to share individual code sets, effectively merging them from one user's database to another (PEP has an all or nothing backup/restore that makes it hard and tiresome to perform this function).

Sets are exported as XML and may be easily inspected (and modified--though doing this outside of PEP is strongly discouraged). The utility requires ActiveState Tcl and the SQLite3 tcl library. Both are open source and freely available. Installation and operation instructions are provided in the download README file.

Updated: October 26, 2008  Size: 7kb
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