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Real Name:  Martijn Garretsen
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Joined: May 2017 (4 months ago)
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Birthday:  October 13

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epicurean
BDE Configuration
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Object PASCAL « Delphi Board
14 years ago

Martijn.G
{Too Long!}
82 days ago
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Martijn.G
RE: BDE Configuration
I downloaded de BDE from this site ande tried to re-install D5pro again. During installing I get the message "Uninstaller setup failed to initialize". After installing (closed during configuring bde, when the installation seems to freeze), I start the installation again choosing "register only". When starting D5pro, I get: Your Just-In-TimeDebugger is currently set to " etc. After that: Failed to set data for 'debugger'. D5 does not start. I used d:\borland, instead of c:\program files (x86) Has anyone a clue? Has anyone D5(pro) working on a W10 computer?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Object PASCAL « Delphi Board
82 days ago
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Martijn.G
RE: too long file name, tables won
Sorry, it took me a while to get back to you. In the mean time, I bought a new W10 computer and re-installed P11. The problem with the tablenames has been fixed now. Unfortunately, an other problem occured. But I will look for the right thread to see if I can find an answer. Thank you for your help!
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Tables « Paradox Board
109 days ago
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Eugene.D2
too long file name, tables won't open
my problem of being unable to open tables because the file name is too long for a version 5 table - I've read in one of my texts that the later versions support long file names.  All I want to do is open the tables.  Since I've had no reply to a way to change the cumulative pathways, could there be another option?  Is there a way to change the tables from the earlier version that doesn't support long file names to my later version 11 Paradox.  Lacking a way to do this the  easy way (I couldn't find anything in the literature to do this, i.e. changing the table version), would it be possible to find out exactly the original paradox version of the table, copy the table to that version so it would open.  Then would there be a way to import the table data to a table constructed under the new version (the design duplicated from the table opened in the earlier non-long file name version).
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Tables « Paradox Board
42 months ago

Martijn.G
Sorry, it took me a while to get back to you. In the mean time, I bought a new W10 computer and re-installed P11. The problem with the tablenames has been fixed now. Unfortunately, an other problem occured. But I will look for the right thread to see if I can find an answer. Thank you for your help!
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