Search:

Type: Posts; User: Raphael Theiler

Page 1 of 28 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    Alright. We figured it out.

    It was a small problem, with an easy fix:
    The WebApp we tried to create was in a virtual directory inside an DataFlex Content Manager website. The DFCM had "user...
  2. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    Okay, good news (sort of):
    I installed a new VM with a blank Windows Server 2008 R2.
    I installed DF19.1 and everything works, the examples, our webapp, the file upload, the download, ... everything...
  3. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    Yes, the folders are properly registered.
  4. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    Nah, 2008 R2 is not supported, neither by DataFlex officially, nor by Microsoft. It's not my choice to use it ;)

    I'll give the C++ runtime a shot as well...
  5. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    The workspace itself works fine on our Windows 2012 test machine. I'm trying to install the example webapps now.
  6. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    The entry is present, the user of the app pool has the proper permissions to access the files. The name of the dataflex application in the web.config matches the one in the webapp admin
  7. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    ASP works, but 19.1 does not use ASP anymore for uploading files.
  8. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    I can log into the web application. Everything except the file- up and download works.
  9. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    The modules seem to be there:
    13476
  10. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    Yes, we do. We plan to upgrade "soon".

    The IIS user does have read/write access to the folder, although I'm not sure that's still necessary for 19.1 (thanks to the new Http request handlers)
  11. Re: DataFlex 2019/19.1 on Windows Server 2008

    A bit more details:

    The webapp itself works fine, but as soon as you try to up- or download a file we get a 403 error:



    A bit more investigation suggested that the request does not reach...
  12. Re: WAF - Security approach question - pbRender

    It Depends if you use the Touch/Mobile or Desktop style.
    The AllowAccess-Function is a good point for checks. (at least in desktop style apps, almost every call to the view checks "AllowAccess"...
  13. Re: WAF - Security approach question - pbRender

    I wrote a small "Tamper Monkey" or "Grease Monkey Script" which traverses the whole oWebApp-JavaScript-Object-Tree and enables and shows everything.
    (-> pbRender=true, pbEnabled=True,...
  14. Replies
    3
    Views
    251

    Re: Need a cWebLink?

    Use normal button or something else with an onClick-event and then use the "NavigateToPage"-Function.

    Example:


    Procedure OnClick
    Forward Send OnClick
    Send NavigateToPage...
  15. Replies
    22
    Views
    3,058

    Re: Forum search recommendation

    You're welcome
  16. Replies
    22
    Views
    3,058

    Re: Forum search recommendation

    I forgot to migrate one of the websites to the new server. It's up and running again :-)
  17. Replies
    2
    Views
    729

    Re: SQLSetParameter appends a space

    I just noticed we also found spaces in places where only the DDs were used to create records (but DF seems to trim them in most places, so most people probably won't notice)
  18. Replies
    15
    Views
    888

    Re: cJsonHttpTransfer - Cache?

    Give the following URL a try: https://www.dataaccess.com/webservicesserver/numberconversion.wso?WSDL

    The server sets: Cache-Control: private, max-age=0
    Which should prevent caching

    Requesting...
  19. Replies
    15
    Views
    888

    Re: cJsonHttpTransfer - Cache?

    Calling "Send destroy of ..." and creating a new object should do the trick as well, right? The interesting part (for me) is that the http-request is only made once, until I restart the application,...
  20. Replies
    15
    Views
    888

    Re: cJsonHttpTransfer - Cache?

    Btw. The same thing happens if you open the DataFlex Studio and import a Client WebService with a WSDL file... If the WSDL changes and you want to reimport it, you have to completly close the...
  21. Replies
    15
    Views
    888

    Re: cJsonHttpTransfer - Cache?

    I don't have a cache/proxy between the client and the server and I destroy the client-object (so a local cache should be deleted as well). Also: If I open it in the browser (with cache and everything...
  22. Replies
    15
    Views
    888

    cJsonHttpTransfer - Cache?

    Hi everyone,

    I have the following issue:
    I use a cHttpTransfer-Object to make a call to an API. Each call to the API should return different results.
    The "HttpGetRequest" can be executed...
  23. Replies
    2
    Views
    729

    SQLSetParameter appends a space

    Hi everyone

    I'm working with the prepared statements and "SQLSetParameter" seems to append a whitespace at the end of each parameter I set. This does not seem to be a problem if I search for a...
  24. Replies
    42
    Views
    2,205

    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    ECMAscript more or less "is" JavaScript.
    Think of it this way: ECMAscript is the specification. JavaScript is the implementation.
    Depending on where you run your JavaScript (in Firefox, Chrome,...
  25. Re: How do I optimize for speed on a remote MSSQL server?

    Well, it depends. If you access the DB over WAN and got a really good latency (1-2 ms) it would probably still be fast with slower connections like 50-100 Mbit/s.
    A higher latency like 90ms can...
Results 1 to 25 of 695
Page 1 of 28 1 2 3 4