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Hi people. I've been running Pdox since 1978. I'm testing Pdox45 (DOS) on a Windows 7 32 bit installation. Everything works great with one huge exception: When tables are on the Netware 5.11 server, only tables with 8-character names will appear in the "View" list. You can open tables with less characters in their name, if you know ahead of time what the table name is. Crazy?! Google was no help. Maybe one of the original Pdox DOS gurus can shed some light on the problem.
Tried the autologin (I'm Windows 8.1, but reckoned it should be the same). However, after a restart I then couldn't login! It wouldn't auto login, nor would it take P@ssw0rd as the password!
Luckily I had a Microsoft LiveId account and could login with that account.
Beware of this tip - make sure, for instance, you have a password reset disk, just in case.
Can we please get the exact error message that you are getting. That may give us some idea of what exactly your problem is. Paradox does not translate the inclusion operator (!) into SQL. Not sure why this wasn't coded since it is essentially a full join. If you want a full join in SQL you have to either write it in SQL or use the SQL builder in Paradox.
I wonder if there is a function to operate the "scroll wheel" of the mouse in a form. In the design manner the scroll bar work's fine with the scroll wheel button. But when I run in the app. The scroll wheel of the mouse doesn't work. It's say I cant go to up or down using the scroll wheel.
Thanks in Advanced!
Checking to see if the application is open first works great but not if Lync is open. Running with Office 2013, Paradox will hang up waiting for a response from Lync when looking to see if Outlook is open. Close Lync and the code proceeds normally. I had to give up on checking to see if Outlook was open and just start using "/recycle" on the execute command line so it won't open additional sessions if one if already running.
Thank you for not answering homework questions. I've been introduced to data flow diagrams this week and have an assignment due in two days. I'd rather understand it the hard way than have the answers handed to me. Your explanation has helped me. Thank you.---Melissa