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GaryG
Use a variable in QBE as a resulting value
Is it possible to use a variable as a resulting value? Or is it only possible to use a variable as filter.  I would like the value in a variable to be put in the resulting column "DATETIMECHANGED". Thanks in advance, Gary var, todaysdatetime DateTime, custnbr String, qq Query, endVar custnbr = "1234", todaysdatetime = dateTime() qq = Query ANSWER: :PRIV:CHNGED.DB OPTIONS: NO AUXILIARY TABLES,Big Grin!ATA:Items.db | FILENO | CUSTNO |, | Check _join1 | ~custnbr | :DATA:PRICING.db | FILENO | QUANTITY | PRICE | DATECHANGED | REASON | INITIALS | PREVIOUSPRICE | PERCENTCHANGE | PRINTSELECT | LASTREFNO | SETUP |, | _join1 | Check | Check | Check calc ~todaysdatetime AS "DATETIMECHANGED" | Check | Check | Check | Check | Check | Check | Check |, EndQuery if NOT qq.executeQBE() then, errorShow(), else, endIf
Posted to MB Topic: QBE & SQL « Paradox Board
82 days ago

Gary.G4
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Navigation buttons disabled
I recently upgraded from Paradox 7 to Paradox 11.0.0.676. On one of the forms, the navigation buttons are disabled, yet I am able to scroll through the records using the wheel mouse. Any ideas on what may cause the navigation buttons to be disabled? P.S. I am new to Paradox. Thanks, Gary
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13 months ago

Steven.G
interesting.. two unrelated processes the last full version of paradox was v9 in 2000.. v10 in 2002 had a few minor additions.. v11 is v10 with the service packs added, and hasn't changed in 15 years
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RE: Navigation buttons disabled
I found that there was a maximize() statement in the form's Open event. I commented this line and now the navigation buttons are enabled. I have found several issues with this version of Paradox. I have installed 11.0.0.676. Do you know if this is the latest version? Thanks, Gary
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