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RE: Create Installation
version you need (SP0 or SP1) and other foxpro applications will not be influenced be newer or older vfp8 runtime files. This is only inmportant, if there are other VFP8 applications, it will not influence VFP7 or older and VFP9 apps

RE: Create Installer Wizard
Thread ID: 168823 Don Higgins RE: Create Installer Wizard Hi experts, > I would like to ask how to create a Installer Wizard in VFP9? We need to create a installer packages for our system since we are selling a package software. Thanks in advance! VFP comes with InstallShield Express. There are many articles on this here and on the web. Don Higgins Crew Chief Pro Software www.crewchiefpro.com My Race Car Pictures: www.crewchiefpro.com/racecar.pdf

RE: Create Installer Wizard
Thread ID: 168823 Darren Blanco RE: Create Installer Wizard Hi experts, > I would like to ask how to create a Installer Wizard in VFP9? We need to create a installer packages for our system since we are selling a package software. Thanks in advance! > > > VFP comes with InstallShield Express. There are many articles on this here and on the web. > Don Higgins Crew Chief Pro Software www.crewchiefpro.com > My Race Car Pictures: www.crewchiefpro.com/racecar.pdf OHhhh...I see. I know this. Thanks!

RE: Create Long Name Directory
Thread ID: 319454 Neeraj Charne RE: Create Long Name Directory !md &lcdirname Dear again you are using "DOS COMMAND" we want to see how you will do with VFP9

RE: Create Long Name Directory
Thread ID: 319454 mk sharma RE: Create Long Name Directory !md &lcdirname > Dear again you are using "DOS COMMAND" > > we want to see how you will do with VFP9 errcode=.F. On Error errcode=.T. Local lcdirname lcdirname=Getenv("Tmp") lcdirname='"'+lcdirname+'\try folder"' MD eval(lcdirname) && working If errcode MESSAGEBOX('1-Directory already exist...',0+64,'Alert !!') Endif errcode=.F. lcdirname=Getenv("Tmp") lcdirname='"'+lcdirname+'\try folder\otherf"' Md eval(lcdirname) && working If errcode MESSAGEBOX('2-Directory already exist...',0+64,'Alert !!') Endif Warm Regards, mk.

RE: Create Long Name Directory
Thread ID: 319454 mk sharma RE: Create Long Name Directory !md &lcdirname > Dear again you are using "DOS COMMAND" > > we want to see how you will do with VFP9 MD (GETENV("TEMP")+'\cc\tt\cc\tt') C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\cc\tt\cc\tt because Folder "Local Settings" is "Hidden" and "Read-only" after removing the "Hidden" Attribute of folder "Local Settings" please try below code line MD (GETENV("TEMP")+'\cc\tt\cc\tt') Warm Regards, mk.

RE: create MAPI session error
Thread ID: 219536 Ravi Taxali RE: create MAPI session error Hi, > I want to setup a MAPI connection to an Exchange Server (2003). I'm trying to use the code from Mike Lewis (Tek-tips faq184-1769). This code starts with: > oSess...

RE: create my form to run alone
Thread ID: 252573 Martin Krivka RE: create my form to run alone hi how make my form to run alone without the vfp program. > thanks. > aris Hi, i'm not sure that understood good, but i think you need run your form without starting...

RE: create my form to run alone
Thread ID: 252573 aris suguitan RE: create my form to run alone hi how make my form to run alone without the vfp program. > thanks. > aris > > Hi, i'm not sure that understood good, but i think you need run your form without starti...

RE: Create Service in vfp9
Thread ID: 278164 Bhushan Sahni RE: Create Service in vfp9 Hi friends/experts, > I am using vfp9 as frontend & sql server 2005 as back end. i want to create as service in vfp9 that will take autobackup of given dbname every hour in given folder. pl help me to create service. thanks in advance. > Naveen Hi Naveen, Can you please tell me why do you want to do it in VFP when it can be done very easily in SQL Server itself. Just you need to schedule a task. Please have a look at these. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/930615 http://www.sql-server-performance.com/articles/dba/creating_backup_jobs_p1.aspx http://www.mssqltips.com/tip.asp?tip=1174 Regards Bhushan Sahni Eitzen

RE: Create Service in vfp9
Thread ID: 278164 naveen gurjar RE: Create Service in vfp9 Hi friends/experts, > I am using vfp9 as frontend & sql server 2005 as back end. i want to create as service in vfp9 that will take autobackup of given dbname every hour in given folder. pl help me to create service. thanks in advance. > Naveen > Hi Naveen, > Can you please tell me why do you want to do it in VFP when it can be done very easily in SQL Server itself. Just you need to schedule... Group (IT) bsh@eitzen-group.com Visual Foxpro a dream house for developers Hi Bhushan, Thanks. It will solve my problem, but i want to learn to make service in vfp9, if possible pls guide me. Naveen

RE: Create Service in vfp9
Thread ID: 278164 Bhushan Sahni RE: Create Service in vfp9 > Hi Naveen, > Can you please tell me why do you want to do it in VFP when it can be done very easily in SQL Server itself. Just you need to schedule a task. > Please have a look at these. > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/930615 http://www.sql-server-performance.com/articles/dba/creating_backup_jobs_p1.aspx http://www.mssqltips.com/tip.asp?tip=1174 > Regards Bhushan Sahni Eitzen Group (IT) bsh@eitzen-group.com Visual Foxpro a dream house for developers > Hi Bhushan, > Thanks. It will solve my problem, but i want to learn to make service in vfp9, if possible pls guide me. > Naveen Dear Naveen, Kindly refer to
RE: Create Service in vfp9
Thread ID: 278164 naveen gurjar RE: Create Service in vfp9 > Hi Bhushan, > Thanks. It will solve my problem, but i want to learn to make service in vfp9, if possible pls guide me. > Naveen > Dear Naveen, > Kindly refer to 277858 > Regards Bhushan Sahni Eitzen Group (IT) bsh@eitzen-group.com Visual Foxpro a dream house for developers Dear Bhusan, Thanks for support. Regards

RE: Create Service in vfp9
Thread ID: 278164 ho me RE: Create Service in vfp9 Hi friends/experts, > I am using vfp9 as frontend & sql server 2005 as back end. i want to create as service in vfp9 that will take autobackup of given dbname every hour in given folder. pl help me to create service. thanks in advance. > Naveen Hi, Google RunAsSvc. hth

RE: Create Setup File of project
Thread ID: 334469 Boyd Reilly RE: Create Setup File of project Hi Experts, Presently I am working on VFP6 but wants to move on VFP9. Kindly tell me how to create setup file in vfp9 as it is created in VFP6 as per following: > > > > Thanks & Regards Ashish The simple answer is put everything you need loaded into the program in a separate folder and then locate that folder on the first step. Follow the steps afterward. It's pretty straight forward. BR

RE: Create Setup File of project
Thread ID: 334469 Suresh Adhikari RE: Create Setup File of project Presently I am working on VFP6 but wants to move on VFP9. Kindly tell me how to create setup file in vfp9 as it is created in VFP6 as per following: Use Inno Setup (It's Free) http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php

RE: Create SQL Database through Sqlexec
Thread ID: 126574 Peter Cortiel RE: Create SQL Database through Sqlexec INSTER - that's whats missing in VFP9 all those years Peter I want to create SQL database with tables,but how to create programmaticly > You cannot do it like this. > Take a look at the following commands in SQL Server Books on Line: > CREATE TABLE INSTER INTO > > Regards, Marcia G. Akins Tightline Computers, Inc. Peter

RE: Create SQL Database through Sqlexec
Thread ID: 126574 Marcia Akins RE: Create SQL Database through Sqlexec INSTER - that's whats missing in VFP9 all those years Damn typos < s >. I fixed it - thanks, Regards, Marcia G. Akins Tightline Computers, Inc.

RE: create web application
Thread ID: 167753 Ken Murphy RE: create web application hi all I want to create a web application but i don't know from where we must start and if i have a solution in vfp9.0? > thank u in advance I am not sure what you are asking he...

RE: create web application
Thread ID: 167753 Juan Antonio Santana RE: create web application hi all I want to create a web application but i don't know from where we must start and if i have a solution in vfp9.0? > thank u in advance I´m using the Web Connecti...

RE: Create xls file over 65536
Thread ID: 326919 Daniele Riefoli RE: Create xls file over 65536 > Mike, > What's about how I using it ? > Daniele > Are u using 2007 format (.xlsx) ? Tom, the problem doesn't depend on my procedure. I have mytable.dbf in a Win7 system in which is installed Excel 2007. This table has 72000 records. Open the table with VFP9 SP2 and write: copy to myfilexls. Then, I open myfilexls.xls by Excel 2007. I can see only 65535 lines. Why ? Thanks Daniele

RE: Create xls file over 65536
Thread ID: 326919 tushar RE: Create xls file over 65536 > Are u using 2007 format (.xlsx) ? > > Tom, the problem doesn't depend on my procedure. I have mytable.dbf in a Win7 system in which is installed Excel 2007. This table has 72000 records. Open the table with VFP9 SP2 and write: copy to myfilexls. Then, I open myfilexls.xls by Excel 2007. I can see only 65535 lines. > Why ? > Thanks > Daniele COPY TO will not copy all records as it copies to the older version of excel format. Search for VFP2EXCEL in the archives here and use that function instead Regards Tushar

RE: Create xls file over 65536
Thread ID: 326919 Koen Piller RE: Create xls file over 65536 > Are u using 2007 format (.xlsx) ? > > Tom, the problem doesn't depend on my procedure. I have mytable.dbf in a Win7 system in which is installed Excel 2007. This table has 72000 records. Open the table with VFP9 SP2 and write: copy to myfilexls. Then, I open myfilexls.xls by Excel 2007. I can see only 65535 lines. > Why ? > Thanks > Daniele Daniele, the vfp command copy to and export to are limited to 65,535 rows. (no matter if you export to xlsx format) although Excel can handle 65,535 rows. To export 65,535 rows to Excel you could 1) export in batches and later on combine in Excel to one file 2) use automation 3) export

RE: Create xls file over 65536
Thread ID: 326919 Tom Saddul RE: Create xls file over 65536 > Are u using 2007 format (.xlsx) ? > > Tom, the problem doesn't depend on my procedure. I have mytable.dbf in a Win7 system in which is installed Excel 2007. This table has 72000 records. Open the table with VFP9 SP2 and write: copy to myfilexls. Then, I open myfilexls.xls by Excel 2007. I can see only 65535 lines. > Why ? > Thanks > Daniele This library from Craig Boyd solved my problem before about saving to "native" MS Excel 2007 format. That is why I am now using it instead of automation (Excel.Application) or using VFP's COPY TO or EXPORT... http://www.sweetpotatosoftware.com/spsblog/Trackback.aspx?guid=6b9d4c6f-76bb-4444-8d5b-9e321c605534

RE: Create xls file over 65536
Thread ID: 326919 Koen Piller RE: Create xls file over 65536 > > Tom, the problem doesn't depend on my procedure. I have mytable.dbf in a Win7 system in which is installed Excel 2007. This table has 72000 records. Open the table with VFP9 SP2 and write: copy to myfilexls. Then, I open myfilexls.xls by Excel 2007. I can see only 65535 lines. > Why ? > Thanks > Daniele > This library from Craig Boyd solved my problem before about saving to "native" MS Excel 2007 format. That is why I am now using it instead of automation (Excel.Application) or using VFP's COPY TO or EXPORT... > http://www.sweetpotatosoftware.com/spsblog/Trackback.aspx?guid=6b9d4c6f-76bb-4444-8d5b-9e321c605534 Tom, When I


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