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Subject: RE: Set default to in Multiuser
Thread ID: 331393 Message ID: 331415 # Views: 30 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 Category: Projects and Design
Date: Thursday, December 29, 2011 6:44:27 PM         
   


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> > Using Free tables not DBC and all Free tables are on Server , 2nd not giving manual setting to set the LAN network instead depending on Auto setting in TCP/IP of Local Area Connection
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> Khurram,
> Interesting, and how do you synchronize the (multiple) local- and server-free tables? before the DSL down ? Ater the DSL down is no big problem since you can manualy reset to server, but before how can you be sure the data is still in sync with everybody?
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> However if you want the server files in your application when DSL on and the local files when DSL down, I would make 2 path settings for each case.
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> Set your default in both cases, so always, to the directory where the application starts, I presume the local directory which contains the exe.
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> The set('path') will direct to the files in the you directed location, local or server.
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> Regards,
> Koen
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>
> Regards,
> Koen
>
> Coding without the use of m. is not generic and should be qualified as recreational

Using for server Set default to d:\MyFolder & from work stations using Set Default to m:\MyFolder in main.prg this will synchronize Free Tables on Server

Earlier when no DSL creating network on my own Lan network setting but today using Auto settings of TCP/IP

On Workstations for direction of server drive , drive letter required which is M: without that it is not possible that where it will locate Free tables

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Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 4:53:49 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by tushar @ 12/29/2011 5:00:03 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 5:03:37 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by tushar @ 12/29/2011 5:24:30 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 5:33:44 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by tushar @ 12/29/2011 5:38:34 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 6:06:09 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by tushar @ 12/29/2011 7:42:31 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/30/2011 3:49:13 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by tushar @ 12/30/2011 5:25:45 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Koen Piller @ 12/29/2011 5:43:40 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 6:11:49 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Koen Piller @ 12/29/2011 6:23:57 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 6:44:27 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Koen Piller @ 12/29/2011 7:13:52 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Jun Tangunan @ 12/30/2011 4:28:13 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/29/2011 6:48:16 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/29/2011 7:00:52 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/29/2011 7:24:54 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Jun Tangunan @ 12/30/2011 4:15:56 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/29/2011 7:47:07 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Khurram Tahir @ 12/30/2011 4:17:36 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Gordon King @ 12/30/2011 8:24:36 AM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Gordon King @ 12/29/2011 8:47:35 PM
RE: Set default to in Multiuser Posted by Suresh Adhikari @ 12/30/2011 12:46:27 PM