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objectpal123
Closing TCursor variables declared within a method
If a variable that is declared within a method goes out of scope at the end of that method, is it really necessary to close a TCursor variable that is declared within a method?
Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL
13 days ago
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Steven.G
my job is to teach "best practice".. and allow for when it's not always worth re-engineering for, like in this situation.. your mileage may vary :-)
9 days ago
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GreatDivideIT
Push install failure of Paradox 9 - help needed
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Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc.
10 days ago
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Steven.G
sorry, no help here.. I've never used any of the Corel automated processes, and very rarely have I used any of the Suite pieces other than Paradox itself.. the real problem these days is that there's nobody at Corel who knows anything about the Corel automated processes, either.. new or old
9 days ago
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PS_1789
Database Diagraming
Hello All, I am looking for advice on diagramming my paradox database/application.. So far my methods have been really tedious. In Paradox it is easy enough to get the table structures out. For forms I open them in Design, use the object editor to get to the event and open that up for editing. I just read through the code to see where the original developer stored data and what other forms or reports he was calling. In Access I would use the object dependency tool to do this type of work. I have not found anything like that in Paradox 9. Is there anything helpful for mapping dependencies in later versions of Paradox? Are there any other tricks you guys have learnered for mapping out relationships and object dependencies when you are disecting other people's work? Thanks, Steve
11 days ago
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Steven.G
look at the enum functions.. enumfilelist can give you a list of tables, then scan that list with enumfieldstruct to build a table of field names and properties enumfilelist can give you a list of forms or libraries, then scan that list with enumsource and build a table of your code an "org chart" of what calls what can be simple or complicated, depending on the complexities (or lack therof) of your app
11 days ago
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PS_1743
Paradox & Custom ODBC Driver
Does Paradox support connecting to 3rd party or custom ODBC data sources? I have one installed, see it in the BDE Administrator, but can't find where I can connect to it from within Paradox.
24 days ago
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Matt.G
Thanks for the quick responses.  The link to the BDE helped me get the ODBC driver setup and I can now see it in Paradox. Thanks!
18 days ago
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vinylsol
Unknown internal operating system error
I cut and paste images into an image field on a Paradox form and I've been doing this with no problems for years; yesterday I got a message saying 'Unknown internal operating system error' with a reference to the .MB file, when I tried to paste an image in. Paradox hung. After restarting, I verified and rebuilt the table and it imported the image ok but when I tried to do it with a new record the same thing happened. I'm using Paradox 10.0.0.663 running on a Lenovo laptop with Vista Home Premium and Service Pack 2. The database has 121,900 records in it but not all of them have images. Does anyone know what might be causing this? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.,
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms
8 years ago
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philiptdotcom
Thanks!  I've used ChimneySweep before (probably have a license for it!), but I'd forgotten about it.  Thanks for the heads-up/reminder!  I'll check it out.  (As I recall, it was very useful in fixing things that the built-in "fixer" couldn't fix.  I'll try to dig it up & see what it can do with these memo fields!) Thanks again! Aloha, -pt
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John Andres
1. open table
Posted to KB Topic: P9 Book: Power Programming
83 days ago

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Douglas.M
2. How to Make Programmed Paradox Queries with Microsoft Notepad

Takeaway: This article discusses a technique I use to create ObjectPAL queries that can easily be modified for other purposes such as customized reporting.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
46 months ago, and updated 35 days ago
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Douglas.M
3. Paradox ObjectPAL Email Blast Programming

This article will discuss an ObjectPAL coding technique I use to send out an “email blast” from a Paradox data table of email addresses via a third party email client.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
46 months ago, and updated 35 days ago

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4. Paradox Search Technique Code

An alternate solution for a Corel Paradox query that fails to yield accurate results due to a huge number of records in a data table.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
53 months ago, and updated 35 days ago

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  Code Snippet Created
1. Array 3/23/2010
2. Sort Records 2/8/2010
3. Filter Records 2/7/2010
4. Find Record 2/7/2010
5. Edit Record 2/7/2010
6. Record Movement 2/7/2010
7. Comments 1/1/2009
8. subStr 1/1/2009
9. End of Statement 1/1/2009
10. Case Sensitivity 1/1/2009

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1. Array Data Structures 3/20/2010
2. Sort Records Database 2/8/2010
3. Filter Records Database 2/7/2010
4. Find Record Database 2/7/2010
5. Edit Record Database 2/7/2010
6. Record Movement Database 2/7/2010
7. Comments Language Basics 1/1/2009
8. Left of String Commands 1/1/2009
9. Prevent Derivation OOP Details 1/1/2009
10. Abstraction OOP Details 1/1/2009

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Question Level Type Based on KB Post KB Topic
{Too Long!} 2 TF {Too Long!} Paradox & ObjectPAL
{Too Long!} 3 MC {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
What are the logical operators? 1 MC {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
{Too Long!} 1 MC ObjectPAL Assignment (=) OPAL: Language Basics
{Too Long!} 2 TF {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
Which statement is true? 2 MC {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Details
{Too Long!} 1 MC {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
{Too Long!} 2 TF {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
{Too Long!} 1 MC {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics
{Too Long!} 1 YN {Too Long!} OPAL: Language Basics

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