From: claude fox
Virginia - United States
To: Yousfi Benameur
Visual FoxPro 9 SP2
Friday, June 24, 2011 4:49:28 AM
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Cool! Hook it up with ActiveVFP for a completely dynamic solution and it'll be even better!! (it should be very easy to do this)
> this once i played to export any vfp table to web but with some cosmetics.
> this is in first try done with
genhtml.prg or some custom coding in old and static style.
> -use a cursor (bind with any select statement- here all fields are selected)
> -Can sort any field ascending,descending
> -set the entries per page
> -search on any column or in all columns (filtering is dynamic)and the records are selected in consequence.
> -navigate on pages (page collection-can display any page in combo)
> -preview any page ,print (only the printable areas - unfortunatly only the viewed page at this time).
> -Average any numeric column (also in the code)
> (the library has been tested in all major browsers and is available free of charge for both personal or commercial projects under the creative commons license.)
> i dont know the performance for big tables. it works fine for common ones.
> I share this small tool with all.
> download the zip and run the exe.
> Any interesting feedback is welcome.
> Yousfi Benameur
- Open Source VFP web development
- Easily multi-thread VFP desktop code!
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