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base vcxs always being included into vfp
Thread ID: 172966 ian pano base vcxs always being included into vfp Dear Experts, The classes I use in my current project are sub-classes of the ones I have created before. just for an example: c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx <----base class c:\EIBProjects\Project1\Vcxs\p1_ebase.vcx <---sub-class of c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx my problem is, everytime i build my project, VFP would always say "Unable to find Visual Class Library EBASE" I have to locate ebase.vcx first (and all the other vcxs) to compile successfully. If i try to recompile at a later time, VFP would say "Cannot update the cursor c:\exportbank\eibclasses\eforms.vcx, since it is read-only." (my guess with this one is this is because

Making VCX
Thread ID: 64627 ILYA RABYY Making VCX Colelagues, Being comparatively new to designing VCXs in VFP, I need some help. I decided - courtesy of Eric den Den Doop, BTW - to "roll my own" thumbnail strip. I am goung to have Image and Label in this class, possibly scrollbars (or slidebars). Here are the starting questions I'd like to ask: 1. Since Custom class has no visual representation - What standard VFP class I should base my class upon? 2. If I write this class in VFP 7.0, and then try to implement it in the program written in VFP 8.0 or 9.0 - would I have to redo this VCX in that later VFP version? Regards, Ilya

RE: API Libraries
Thread ID: 318981 Jijo Pappachan RE: API Libraries > is that applicable for APP too? > Jijo JUST THINK, THERE IS A WAY my blog:http://weblogs.foxite.com/jijo_pappachan/ > No, it doesn't. An APP is not included in the exe. > [edit] Jijo, after reading Mike's reply, I think I misunderstood the question. I thought you are asking if an app called from within an exe needs a path, i.e. Do .\apps\myApp.app > Regards Samir No Samir. I was trying to ask whether we need to include paths for each components like PRGs, VCXs IN an app. Jijo JUST THINK, THERE IS A WAY my blog:http://weblogs.foxite.com/jijo_pappachan/

RE: Attempting to lock
"function folders". I dispense with arbitrary groupings. All independent components functions/prgs/udfs go in a single PRGS folder. They can all see each other because the SET PATH includes that folder. Classes go in VCXs. Really

RE: Bad path in Windows 7, not in Vista
the user double clicks the exe in explorer. I set a path to the data. That's it. I remove all stored pathing at designtime from the classes, vcxs, etc. I used to also remove it for the tables/views in the dataenvironment, but I... vcxs, etc. Mike Yearwood Microsoft MVP Visual FoxPro 2008, 2009 We have enough youth. We need a fountain of smart! There may be many ways to skin a cat, but there are very few right ways to do it.

RE: Bad path in Windows 7, not in Vista
)? > I start the exe where it is, either from a desktop shortcut or when the user double clicks the exe in explorer. I set a path to the data. That's it. > I remove all stored pathing at designtime from the classes, vcxs, etc... quickly. Data will be found before everything. Graphics will be found after vcxs, etc. > Mike Yearwood Microsoft MVP Visual FoxPro 2008, 2009 We have enough youth. We need a fountain of smart! There may be many ways to skin a cat

RE: Bad path in Windows 7, not in Vista
Thread ID: 297968 Mike Yearwood RE: Bad path in Windows 7, not in Vista > I start the exe where it is, either from a desktop shortcut or when the user double clicks the exe in explorer. I set a path to the data. That's it. > I remove all stored pathing at designtime from the classes, vcxs, etc. I used to also remove it for the tables/views in the dataenvironment, but I don't use data environments anymore. > At design time I use SET PATH to access the data and other components. BTW I even arrange my path so things are found more quickly. Data will be found before everything. Graphics will be found after vcxs, etc. > Mike Yearwood Microsoft MVP Visual FoxPro 2008, 2009 We have enough youth. We

RE: base vcxs always being included into vfp
Thread ID: 172966 Andy Kramek RE: base vcxs always being included into vfp Dear Experts, > The classes I use in my current project are sub-classes of the ones I have created before. just for an example: > c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx <----base class c:\EIBProjects\Project1\Vcxs\p1_ebase.vcx <---sub-class of c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx > my problem is, everytime i build my project, VFP would always say > "Unable to find Visual Class Library EBASE" > I have to locate ebase.vcx first (and all the other vcxs) to compile successfully. If i try to recompile at a later time, VFP would say Give VFP a path at development time that includes the base class directory. This will stop that problem. "Cannot

RE: base vcxs always being included into vfp
Thread ID: 172966 ian pano RE: base vcxs always being included into vfp Dear Experts, > The classes I use in my current project are sub-classes of the ones I have created before. just for an example: > c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx <----base class c:\EIBProjects\Project1\Vcxs\p1_ebase.vcx <---sub-class of c:\EIBClasses\ebase.vcx > my problem is, everytime i build my project, VFP would always say > "Unable to find Visual Class Library EBASE" > I have to locate ebase.vcx first (and all the other vcxs) to compile successfully. If i try to recompile at a later time, VFP would say > Give VFP a path at development time that includes the base class directory. This will stop that problem. > > "Cannot

RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe
Thread ID: 146311 Barbara Peisch RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe can you keep all the classlib in one exe/dl and call from there so a new version can be installed easily. > ----------------------------------- Rajesh Halyal I think what you want to do is to build the class libraries into an APP instead of an EXE. It's smaller. The thing to be aware of is that if you use anything from these VCXs in your other apps, VFP will want to pull the VCX into the EXE for that app. Let VFP add it to the project, but then marke it excluded from the Project menu pad. Make sure you add a SET CLASSLIB TO MyVCX IN MyAPP.APP in your main program. -BP www.peisch.com

RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe
Thread ID: 146311 Rajesh Halyal RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe can you keep all the classlib in one exe/dl and call from there so a new version can be installed easily. > ----------------------------------- Rajesh Halyal > I think what you want to do is to build the class libraries into an APP instead of an EXE. It's smaller. The thing to be aware of is that if you use anything from these VCXs in your other apps, VFP will want to pull the VCX into the EXE for that app. Let VFP add it to the project, but then marke it excluded from the Project menu pad. Make sure you add a SET CLASSLIB TO MyVCX IN MyAPP.APP in your main program. > -BP www.peisch.com Sorry for late

RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe
Thread ID: 146311 Barbara Peisch RE: can you keep all the classlib in one exe > I think what you want to do is to build the class libraries into an APP instead of an EXE. It's smaller. The thing to be aware of is that if you use anything from these VCXs in your other apps, VFP will want to pull the VCX into the EXE for that app. Let VFP add it to the project, but then marke it excluded from the Project menu pad. Make sure you add a SET CLASSLIB TO MyVCX IN MyAPP.APP in your main program. > -BP www.peisch.com > Sorry for late response. But will that give me the option of using the classes in form designer . > ----------------------------------- Rajesh Halyal Yes.
RE: Compare Source
Thread ID: 362630 Tamar Granor RE: Compare Source > > Yes, use "Beyond Compare 2". > For programs compare prg to prg For forms compare sct to sct For classlibs compare vct to vct Form tables compare dbf to dbf > It is well for prg to prg. but sct to sct, vct to vct not proper result. Add Frank Perez's VFP add-in for Beyond Compare and it will very happily compare SCXs and VCXs: http://pfsolutions-mi.com/Product/VFP2Text Tamar

RE: Compare Source
Thread ID: 362630 mk sharma RE: Compare Source > It is well for prg to prg. but sct to sct, vct to vct not proper result. > Add Frank Perez's VFP add-in for Beyond Compare and it will very happily compare SCXs and VCXs: http://pfsolutions-mi.com/Product/VFP2Text > Tamar Thank you, fantastic! Warm Regards, mk.

RE: declare warning
do the users I speak to. PCs have lots of RAM now and fast drives. What used to be a concern - making small exes - went the way of the dodo bird. Especially with masses of classes in vcxs. You want to use one, but an entire

RE: Exception.Parent property
a universal error handler sub. I want to create a code that would fit to use both, in PRGs as a sub, and in SCXs and VCXs in an Error event procedures. As you can imagine, while error handling is not such a big headache to do in forms, it might be quite a challenge in general-purpose PRGs and VCXs, where you need some- (actually - most of the) times to log (in some error log file) not only the name of the erred subroutine, but the name of the module

RE: exe size increasing
Thread ID: 299717 Tamar Granor RE: exe size increasing hello experts I need ur kind suggestion, regarding increasing size of my exe file > I included all forms,menus,images,reports etc in my vfp project > My project contains my forms,reports and images, i think thats why size of exe is increased > Is this is a good practice, or there is some other technique. > Usually i copy exe,dbf & dlls at clients machine to run my application > Please suggest my how to save exe size > One thing to do now and then is pack your VCXs. You can write some code to loop through all the class libraries in your project and pack them all. In one project I'm working on, I have a classlib where the VCT file went

RE: exe size increasing
Thread ID: 299717 Mike Yearwood RE: exe size increasing hello experts I need ur kind suggestion, regarding increasing size of my exe file > I included all forms,menus,images,reports etc in my vfp project > My project contains my forms,reports and images, i think thats why size of exe is increased > Is this is a good practice, or there is some other technique. > Usually i copy exe,dbf & dlls at clients machine to run my application > Please suggest my how to save exe size > > One thing to do now and then is pack your VCXs. You can write some code to loop through all the class libraries in your project and pack them all. > In one project I'm working on, I have a classlib where the VCT file went

RE: exe size increasing
Thread ID: 299717 dheeraj kumar RE: exe size increasing hello experts I need ur kind suggestion, regarding increasing size of my exe file > I included all forms,menus,images,reports etc in my vfp project > My project contains my forms,reports and images, i think thats why size of exe is increased > Is this is a good practice, or there is some other technique. > Usually i copy exe,dbf & dlls at clients machine to run my application > Please suggest my how to save exe size > > One thing to do now and then is pack your VCXs. You can write some code to loop through all the class libraries in your project and pack them all. > In one project I'm working on, I have a classlib where the VCT file went

RE: exe size increasing
Thread ID: 299717 Samir H. RE: exe size increasing > One thing to do now and then is pack your VCXs. You can write some code to loop through all the class libraries in your project and pack them all. > In one project I'm working on, I have a classlib where the VCT file went from about 10MB to less than 1MB when I packed in. > Tamar > Hi Tamar > That's interesting! May I ask how many classes in that vcx and how much time you spend modifying the code of any of those classes? > Mike Yearwood Microsoft MVP Visual FoxPro 2008, 2009 We have enough youth. We need a fountain of smart! There may be many ways to skin a cat, but there are very few right ways to do it. Is it possible that you never experienced

RE: Few Questions
with winrar. So, after restore of VCX, will it effect the form on which I use those VCXs. Saifuddin

RE: form or class corruption
Thread ID: 153287 Christian Pano RE: form or class corruption dear experts while i was using VFP-7 there was only a problem that is database corruption. Now i am using VFP-9 there are many problem [form corrupt] ' [class corrupt] what is the mater and how to solve it plsease help because in this waly i have waste time in development. recently my corrupt form show a message what i should do...... Thanks & Regards > Tanveer Ul hassan Tanver, this usually happens when you rename a class library. all the references on forms and subclasses pertaining to that class library are destroyed after renaming it. one solution is to locate the class library on each error prompt, or you can actually USE the vcxs

RE: form or class corruption
USE the vcxs or the forms that has used the classlib and replace all records that has reference to that classlibrary with the new classlib name you have set. > > hth, > christian pano " The bad is entirely my own fault "- Andy

RE: form or class corruption
Thread ID: 153287 Christian Pano RE: form or class corruption > Tanver, > this usually happens when you rename a class library. all the references on forms and subclasses pertaining to that class library are destroyed after renaming it. one solution is to locate the class library on each error prompt, or you can actually USE the vcxs or the forms that has used the classlib and replace all records that has reference to that classlibrary with the new classlib name you have set. > > hth, > christian pano " The bad is entirely my own fault "- Andy Kramek > thanks for reply. dear i have not renamed any classlib. please tell me indetail. how can i send u my form and it related components please check

RE: FoxFix DLL
Thread ID: 286213 Doug Hennig RE: FoxFix DLL Hi Paul. I am currently erring on the side of a standalone DB Fixer app but would love to have the functionality to fix tables without users even knowing the table was corrupted in the first place and putting it into the main app would achieve that You can do that with Stonefield Database Toolkit. It's a set of VFP VCXs you can include in your application. You can then use an error handler that traps errors when opening tables and do something like this (pseudo-code): do case case inlist(tnError, A, B, C) && list of errors for corrupted table, memo, or index oMeta = createobject('DBCXMgr') oMeta.oSDTMgr.Repair(tables that are corrupted) retry


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