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Pdox Runtime version 7

Pdox Runtime version 7 in Paradox Runtime & Distribution topic (part of our Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding group).

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Grant C
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Background, I am using windows 2000 and paradox version 7.
I have a successfully programmed a paradox form to communicate with Excel via objectpal and DDE. When my users access the form via their pdox runtime version 7 they receive the general protection error dialog box and asked to abort. Any ideas?
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Rick Carter
Cincinnati OH USA
The first two 32-bit versions of Runtime (7 and 8) do not work well with NT technology -- one wonders if all the development was done on Win95 machines. Using Ctrl-Spc to invoke a lookup table will lock up the application completely.

Like Peter, I think you may need to look at upgrading, but I'd say don't bother with anything less than version 9.
Rick Carter
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Peter Dissing
Aars DK
Upgrade !
Some of the older runtimes have a numbers of faults - if you for instance call a wrong printerdriver you are getting a GPF to meansure one of them (the one I know about).
I think you can use a runtime 8 or 9 without having to open and save in the developmentprogram of the same version. We have been upgrading since PDX7 and are now by 11, without problems. This dosen't mean that we aren't having any GPF's, but a restart of Pdx-Runtime mostly solves them.
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Post ID #10242 (Level 1.2)  Reply to 10238
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