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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Hi Roel,

    Raphael pretty much nailed it already.

    In a sense EcmaScript and TypeScript are alike, in that you probably need to transpile both in order for your code to run in a given browser, but...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Simple route display added :-)
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Prebuilt (the JavaScript part, not DataFlex) versions of both the demo workspace and just the component itself is now available from the GitHub page:...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Hi Roel,

    Thank you for the suggestion!

    It wasn't really meant as a training tool. But in case anyone tries to learn from it, the client-side part of the component is here:
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  5. Re: Sending email from within a DF Winapp and a DF Webapp

    This is indeed using the exact same tech that Wil uses, but I see that his solution does not support adding attachments, so for anyone needing that, here's my solution. This is all based on my very...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Thanks!

    I will, but following the GitHub repo is really the best way to stay informed. Also feel free to log any feature requests on GitHub, just create an issue.
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Actually, impressive fact...

    About 10 seconds after I pushed that key to GitHub I received an email from Google warning me that they had detected one of my keys in an open source project, and that...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Anders,

    Their pricing model is slightly complicated. Basically nothing is free - every single map load is charged, for dynamic maps (what I'm using) starting at $7 per thousand. BUT you get $200...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Thank you Nils. As custom webapp components go, this is still a very simple one. But plenty of room in the Google Maps API to complicate it :-)
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Thank you Frank, but that's actually not necessary. It's locked to my demo page, so it won't work for anyone else.
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    It is. And I've stood on the top of it!
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Demo now updated with a minimum height of the map component, so now it shows even on small screens.
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Ah yes. Although the demo uses the mobile style, it has not at all been tweaked for mobile use yet. Try it on a bigger screen for now :)

    What happens on your iPhone is that the buttons take up so...
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    Re: Google Maps anyone?

    Stephen,

    Thanks! I'm sure you could convince me to do that. :)

    /Jakob
  15. Re: Sending email from within a DF Winapp and a DF Webapp

    Hi,

    As long as you're only sending mail, and not reading it, CDO is really the way to go. It's built into every version of Windows, completely free, and requires only two FlexCOM packages and a...
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    Google Maps anyone?

    Hi,

    I put together a basic Google Maps custom component (real one, not using cWebHtmlBox). Is that useful to anyone?

    Demo here: https://www.kruse-net.dk/googlemaps/

    Full source and...
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    Why not Number properties?

    Since the inception of the current web-framework, support for Number-type properties has been missing. In the current WebObject.js (19.1) we find:



    toLocalType : function(val, eType){
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    Pervasive through firewall

    I have an application that is installed on a server (A) in a DMZ. It mostly uses the embedded database, but one table is connected to Pervasive running on an internal server (B), behind a firewall.
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    Bug in cWebErrorHandler.pkg / 19.1

    Hi,

    There seems to be a bug in the 19.1 (and probably earlier) version of cWebErrorHandler.pkg line 463:



    Send ReportErrorEvent to hoInetSession iError sSystemErr sFullError iLine iErrFile...
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    I'll try the RegisterInterface approach, thanks!
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    Re: Erratic 19.1 compiler behavior

    Harm,

    Perfect explanation, and thanks!
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    Re: Erratic 19.1 compiler behavior

    Michael,

    If that is the (intended) case, then it must be an error that the compiler does not notify about the hundreds of other redefined symbols.

    Again, I am not looking for a workaround, that...
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    Re: Erratic 19.1 compiler behavior

    Might also be interesting to know that if I change the value of that definition to, say, 377, then the error goes away. So it's actually the value, not the name, that the compiler has a problem with....
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    Re: Erratic 19.1 compiler behavior

    Well that obviously works, but there's a few hundred of these duplicated definitions, and they have been compiled without error with at least 12.1, 15.1 and 18.2. Which leads me to believe that it is...
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    Erratic 19.1 compiler behavior

    I'm currently upgrading a suite of applications from 18.2 to 19.1.

    One of these applications, a windows application, includes some COM interfaces to msado and cdosys, generated by FlexCOM2.
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