I.T. Discussion Community!
Highlights Updated Posts Unanswered Posts Online Today Who's Reading What Member Birthdays!

HighLights (Paradox Group)

Switch to New Group Posts By Type view.

New: Paradox Group Members

1. PS_751  (3 visits. Chicago, IL USA) 2. PS_2355  (1 visits. Rome, -- IT) 3. Martin.T2  (8 visits. Phoenix, -- --) 4. SamSpade  (10 visits., -- --) 5. clivegrn  (1 visits. New Yrok, -- --) 6. cybx  (68 visits. southlake, TX USA) 7. Andrew.G  (6 visits., -- --) 8. SteveM  (4 visits. San Diego, CA USA) 9. PS_1948  (1 visits. Colne, -- --) 10. PS_1789  (5 visits., -- --)

New Paradox Posts: All Types

New?   Title Created By For...
None. No highlights in last 90 days.
Icon Legend:
Recent or not:
- Recent activity (within last two weeks).
- No activity last two weeks.
 Since your last logged visit:
- New to you or updated since your last visit (sign in now to activate).
- NOT new to you since your last visit (sign in now to activate).

New: Paradox Message Board Posts

Go To: Paradox Message Board

Thread 5 of 5
Thread Starter  

Printing Issue when migrating from Paradox 8 to 11
Greetings, We used a pushbutton method on a form to print a report in Paradox 8 and Windows 7.  Upon upgrading to Paradox 11 the report began failing with a "#Bitmap7 is too big to fit in report." error.
  • #Bitmap7 is a full-page 8.5x11 image
  • The error is printer independent, and fails even with a PDF printer
  • The report still works fine on any printer if you open the report and print directly from that
  • Shrinking the image and placing it in the middle of the page solved the problem too
  • Recucing the file size dramatically didn't help if left at 8.5x11
  • It must be that Paradox 11 is trapping an error based on image size that Paradox 8 didn't.  Is there any way to prevent it from doing this, or to tell the method to ignore the error and print anyhow? Might there be anything else obvious that I am missing? Thanks!
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Reports
8 hours ago
New Stuff Since Your Last Visit

Thread 4 of 5
Thread Starter  

Database not open on executeqbe
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL
9 days ago
2 replies. Last post:

{Too Long!}
7 days ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

Thread 3 of 5
Thread Starter  



I have started

Hi, I have started look at distributing my program in the office.  I moved the Data tables to the Server, deleted the .NET file and changed the .Net file in the BDE. Forms, files and reports work but it is crazy slow. The desktops are Core I5 250GB Ram and the server is running Windows Server 2016 Does anyone have any ideas as to why it is so slow
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc.
15 days ago
1 Reply:

it could be many different things, or any combination of them.. the app itself could be doing stuff in a manner that isn't sharing intelligently, it could be creating too much network traffic, it could be trying to lock stuff for multi-user use poorly, etc and/or the network could be getting swamped
14 days ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

Thread 2 of 5
Thread Starter  

Error Msg : error occured when setting ..proerty
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms
18 days ago
3 replies. Last post:

let me see if I understand the context, first.. you're using a form to display a lookup table, instead of using the built-in lookup help, and move to the appropriate lookup record, as you move thru the main table.. yes?
17 days ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

Thread 1 of 5
Thread Starter  


Hi All, I'm trying to chang

Hi All, I‘m trying to change the first field in a table which has copied data from another table. I have tried using the following code but it does not change the last record. I have tried this code as a stand alone bit of code on another button on the form and it works. The variable as can be viewed and are correct Paradox  11 is the version. if not tc2.open(":caliachData:CopyWindingData.DB") then errorshow(), else while tc2.eot() = false, tc2.edit() if tc2.fldTrfWdgPartNum = oldpno then tc2.fldTrfWdgPartNum = cpno tc2.nextrecord() Endif, , endwhile, , Endif Thanking yo in advance Cheers Bill
Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL
23 days ago
3 replies. Last post:

Thanks, worked perfectly..
19 days ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

New: Paradox Knowledge Base Posts

Go To: Paradox Knowledge Base
  KB Article    

1. Why do Brazilian women choose to date foreigners 'Blog'

This is really the only reason how attractive you are to the world of local women, how to keep your appeal. Why you only have a chance to meet a very decent girl and how it works are the options available to you, and how do you rate them properly. You need to know about the property rights of foreigners in real estate and companies, and how you can still legally control local values without transferring them to your wife and her family. How do local legislators evaluate their children from mixed marriages and what rights do they get.

Posted to KB Topic: P9 Book: Power Programming
29 days ago

Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

NE Ohio Computer Guy
2. A Customized Software Glitch That Was Not

This article discusses what seemed to initially be a Corel Paradox programming glitch in objectPAL language that was actually something completely different.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
25 months ago, and updated 36 days ago
(5 Comments , last by cred.f )

Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

John Andres
3. open table
Posted to KB Topic: P9 Book: Power Programming
28 months ago
(6 Comments , last by Pervez.J )

Nothing New Since Your Last Visit

NE Ohio Computer Guy
4. How to Make Programmed Paradox Queries with Microsoft Notepad

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
6 years ago, and updated 40 hours ago
(3 Comments , last by mprestwood )

New Stuff Since Your Last Visit

New: To/From Code

Go To: Paradox To/From Guides

Code Snippets

  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


  Topic Category Created
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

New: eCertified Study Questions

Go To: eCertified
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

Switch group?

  • AmericanIT HighLights
  • Industry HighLights
  • Linux HighLights
  • Owners HighLights
  • PrestwoodBoards HighLights
  • Windows HighLights
  • IT Professionals:
  • Analyst HighLights
  • Coder HighLights
  • DBA HighLights
  • Proj Man HighLights
  • Tech HighLights
  • Tech Writer HighLights
  • Tester HighLights
  • Desktop Databases:
  • Access HighLights
  • Paradox HighLights
  • V.FoxPro HighLights
  • Website Scripting:
  • ASP Classic HighLights
  • Design HighLights
  • JavaScript HighLights
  • Perl HighLights
  • PHP HighLights
  • General Dev Tools:
  • C# HighLights
  • C++ HighLights
  • Delphi HighLights
  • Java HighLights
  • Prism HighLights
  • VB Classic HighLights
  • VB.Net HighLights

  • Follow PrestwoodBoards on: 

    ©1995-2020 PrestwoodBoards  [Security & Privacy]
    Professional IT Services: Coding | Websites | Computer Tech