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Help: Removing the SQL cursor
Does anyone know how to remove the SQL mouse cursor when accessing the BDE?
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18 years ago

Morris102.m
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WIn NT 4 (Service Pack 6) - Window Messages
RE: Delphi application - probelm area Win NT messages, , I'm having to check if my application , has been closed with a reboot/shuit down or with the user interactive and clicking close, , I have managed to capture messages that are being sent to my app and it appears as though the following messages are sent on a shut down...., , $00B001(45057) and, $00B01A(45082), , I cannot find a definition of these messages anywhere - does anyone know exactly what they are??, I appear to get the B001 5 or 6 times and then a B01A., , Any help appreciated.
18 years ago

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Calling SQL Server 7 Stored Procedures from C++
I am having trouble calling a SQL Server 7.0 Stored Procedure from C++ that returns a recordset and an output parameter., , Here's the criteria - I wish to bind parameters at run time and I need to return an output parameter. Presumably, I need to use rs.Open not execute in order to get the recordset - the problem is that I don't get the output parameters if I am opening the recordset., The stored procedure may change so I don't really want to implement a static wrapper for it., I have tried to implement this with ADO, MFC DAO and MFC ODBC support classes., , A sample piece of code that does exactly what I need would be ideal...
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18 years ago

southland
It will work, It will work. I try it before.
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Getting the CPU serial Number
Does anyone know how to do this with Delphi?
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18 years ago

wpantoja
According to material I have found at the W3C website, Intel has turned off the ability for software to read the serial number., , However, here is the reference guide from Intel on how to read the serial number, if possible:, [URL=http://developer.intel.com/design/pentiumiii/applnots/245125.htm]http://developer.intel.com/design/pentiumiii/applnots/245125.htm[/URL]
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Re: Calling SQL Server 7 Stored Procedures from C+
Thanks for your reply VBcrew but I'm afraid that won't return me a recordset which is why open is used rather than execute.
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18 years ago
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Executing Stored Procedures in a Transaction
Does anyone know why calling ExecProc, for 3 or more stored procedures that each do a simple insert rec into different tables on a SQL Server Database in a transaction and then rolling back the transaction causes the last record to still be inserted?????, , I cannot always use Open to run the stored proc (although this resolves the problem) as I an insert does not return a record set., , Help MUCH appreciated!
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18 years ago
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Getting the CPU serial number
Does anyone know how to do this with Delphi?
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18 years ago

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Re: Getting the CPU serial number
Thanks for that snippet of code, it works.. Just one thing - this tells you if the serial number is present. How do I get the actual number (id) from this?, I need to determine unqiue PCs connecting to our database, using the CPU serial number would allow this.
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18 years ago
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Memory leak!! Delphi-BDE-ODBC-Access
Having a memory leak problem when creating and opening a table, going to first record, getting a field, closing and freeing the table on a 1 second timer endlessly. I appear to loose about 20K each iteration., I'm using BDE 5.01, Delphi V4, ODBC Access drivers 4.00.3711.08 and Access 97 (SR1). , Has anyone experienced this problem and does anyone have any solutions for it?
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18 years ago
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BDE 5.1 Memory Leaks
I'm having trouble with a memory leak in BDE 5.1 on NT 4 (Service Pack 6) when accessing an Access database., For some reason when the following procedure is called on a 1 second timer there appears to be a memory leak., , procedure TfrmMainDialog.Update;, var, qryTimeouts : TQuery;, begin, , qryTimeouts := TQuery.Create(Self);, with qryTimeouts do, begin, Close;, UnPrepare;, SQL.Clear;, SQL.Add('SELECT * FROM my_table');, ExecSQL;, Fields.DataSet.Open;, Fields.DataSet.Close;, end {with};, , if Assigned(qryTimeouts) then, begin, qryTimeouts.Close;, qryTimeouts.Unprepare;, qryTimeouts.Free;, end {if};, end;, , [This message has been edited by andyhud (edited February 01, 2001).]
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18 years ago
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Version Info in Access 97
Does anyone know how to add version information to Access MDB files?, , By versio information I mean when the user right clicks and checks the file properties there should be a Version tab., , Any help gratefully received..
Posted to MB Topic: Access News / Other « Access Board
18 years ago

Dan
Ya your right about VB also haveing that ability. Those programs expose this functionalit by including a resource file compiled into the executable code, you can't do that with the Access executable.
18 years ago
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Re: Version Info in Access 97
If you take a look at eith Visual C++ built exe files where the version infor is added through the project options, it's present. Alternatively Delphi compiled exe's with version info (I suspect VB etc. etc.). Therefore, it must be possible to add these tabs to the properties - somehow!?..., , Thanks for your reply anyway....
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18 years ago
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