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Error #9 Data Type Mismatch - resource limit
Thread ID: 1398 Eikoop Error #9 Data Type Mismatch - resource limit Get erroneous Data Type Mismatch message when doing any file operation such as Browse, SQL statement etc.. This app is heavy in data access - more than 120 free tables are open. Subject routine involves moving record pointer in table and creating arrays for various child tables. After moving record pointer with a skip, any file operation such as Browse, SQL statement etc.. on any table will result in this error. Ignore thru it. System works OK after. Am I running up against a resource limit? Thanks,

JetDirect and VFP 7
Thread ID: 16508 Eikoop JetDirect and VFP 7 Have a customer that will print to a network HP printer via a Jetdirect card. Same customer has a local HP 1200. Customer has Win 98 and Novel 4.1 network. When printing in other applications such as Word or Excel, when user selects local printer, job is sent to that printer. When in VFP 7 app, user can select local printer BUT job always gets sent to network HP printer. Pretty sure network HP printer is default printer. This local printer was installed recently. In past customer always printed to network printer. Has anyone seen this behavour before? Thanks Pookie

Old SQZ files, what is POP.COM?
Thread ID: 4705 Eikoop Old SQZ files, what is POP.COM? Pookie, Have an old FOXPRO DOX application trying to port. Has some old SQZ compressed files dating back to 1992. SQZ files fired by typing POP adjust.sqz. Original programmer is long gone. 1. Have tried trial of Master Creative Software's FOXSQZ. Does not recognize format. 2. Can't get info on what this POP.COM is. Think it is a DCL command from DEC for use in UNIX and NT. Looks like it was ported to DOS. POP.COM is a 1987 file Any ideas on where I can purchase the utilties needed to uncompress the SQZ file as well as understanding POP? Pookie

RE: Old SQZ files, what is POP.COM?
Thread ID: 4705 Eikoop RE: Old SQZ files, what is POP.COM? > Pookie, > Have an old FOXPRO DOX application trying to port. Has some old SQZ compressed files dating back to 1992. SQZ files fired by typing POP adjust.sqz. Original programmer is long gone. > 1. Have tried trial of Master Creative Software's FOXSQZ. Does not recognize format. 2. Can't get info on what this POP.COM is. Think it is a DCL command from DEC for use in UNIX and NT. Looks like it was ported to DOS. POP.COM is a 1987 file > Any ideas on where I can purchase the utilties needed to uncompress the SQZ file as well as understanding POP? > Pookie > I have the original FoxPro 2.6 for Dos, If I remeber correctly there used

Windows 2000 Workstation Caching
Thread ID: 16993 Eikoop Windows 2000 Workstation Caching My company has a vertical application built around SBT (AccPac) Pro Series 6.0 The SBT and our custom application were built under VFP 6. Service Pack 4. It is a fairly stable product - we have over 35 installations. Two of our customers have exhibited unusual behaviour. Here are the details... Server: Windows 2000 (Not sure service pack) Workstation: Windows 2000 (Not sure release number) User A makes a change. User B clicks on form, sees change User A made. User C clicks on same form, does not see change. After a variable amount of time, sometimes a minute, sometimes after user logs out and in etc... the change User A made is visible


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