The Eloquence eloqd server has been renamed to eloqsd.
This has been done to improve the interoperability of the A.06.00 release
with for Eloquence releases on the same system.
In addition to the server, the new eloqsd server. uses different
configuration files (eloqsd.cfg, eloqsd.user and
eloqsd.share). The default TCP service name has been renamed
The new EqStart utility makes starting your Eloquence applications
as easy as a mouse click regardless if your application runs on the
local or on a remote system.
Start your application with a single mouse click or from the
Windows Start menu.
It executes your program on your local machine as well as on any
remote system which has the eloqsd server installed and running.
Even if your programs are located on a remote system, you do not
need any special remote-access utilities, such as a terminal emulator.
In order to make it easy to track down problems, EqStart has a
built-in output window that can be used to capture your program
trace messages at runtime.
EqStart integrates transparently into the 32bit Windows environment.