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    Re: Mobile Application

    Anyone who knows me knows my opinion on Apple. Suffice to say, this is a slippery slope. Where exactly does the application live. In interpreted JS code, in the JSON streams created by the Web...
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    Re: Barcode in WebApp

    My main answer is still "no", but I HAVE seen instances where a "normal" browser has prompted a barcode (as opposed to a packaged application with an appropriate plugin) scan so I know it is...
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    Re: Mobile Application

    Consider not putting anything from AppHTML as asset at all and instead of pointing to local copies, get the Cordova wrapper to point to your server instead. Doing this makes updates trivial as every...
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    Re: OT: What really BUGS me...

    Think we'll keep our pints then.

    Having said that, I've always thought there was mileage in serving beer by the litre.
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    Re: OT: What really BUGS me...

    meter = device that counts units being spent (e.g gas, electricity)
    metre = length measurement
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    Re: OT: What really BUGS me...

    Our local is closer to [/COLOR]3.
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    Re: Mobile devices - not quite

    How happy are you with the "responsive design" of your webapp? In other words, when browsed to from a mobile web browser does it look and behave satisfactorily because there's another option - cheat....
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    Re: pbUseDDSQLFilters

    The follow psuedo code should give you an idea of what I'm talking about (written from memory in notepad on home laptop, complete with sticky keys thanks to my 3yo)


    Object oFile_DD is a...
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    Re: pbUseDDSQLFilters

    It is possible to do something like the mechanism you describe, but it requires a bit of foundation work in your DD classes to automate the translation applied constraints into comparable SQL...
  10. Re: Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    I've had a chance to try this out. While (SendMessage(HWND_BROADCAST, WM_SETTINGCHANGE, 0, 0)) flush the changes through the OS (the system tray clock for example now updates), VDF stubbornly has the...
  11. Re: Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    Thank you. That's extremely useful. Though in some ways still a little worrying. If a user changes their locale settings in the middle of running a long process and flushes them through, then the...
  12. Re: Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    Just to clarify, this isn't a Win 7 thing. The users that triggered this issue for us were/are using XP.
  13. Re: DateAdd +1 Day and get correct date?

    Yet another potential solution:

    Timespan tsIncrement
    Move (DateSetDay(tsIncrement, 1)) to tsIncrement
    Move (dtDate + tsIncrement) to dtDate

    Structurally timespans are very similar to datetime...
  14. Re: Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    Correct. My current workaround, and I stress that this isn't a solution, is to change the client's locale to something consistent (doesn't really matter what - consistency (and data integrity,...
  15. Re: Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    Code example of what I'm seeing in DDs
    Procedure mDateTest
    DateTime dtValue
    Date dValue
    String sValue

    Move (Cast('1/1/1753', DateTime)) to dtValue
    Showln "Seed: Move (Cast('1/1/1753',...
  16. Converting DateTime to string (bypassing user locale)

    For reasons best known to themselves, one of our end users has set their Windows user locale to have two digit years, thus: dd/mm/yy. It's a setting that's somewhat buried within Windows. To do it...
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    Re: Sql Connection

    I thought I better expand on that last paragraph to make my point clearer, and there are a couple of caveats to be aware of. Before I go into too much detail, it'll probably be a good idea to...
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    Re: Sql Connection

    Personally I wouldn't use SQLFileConnect as it reuses the same connection as the VDF tables themselves. This means then that any statements you create will inherit the connections OPTIONS that the CK...
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    Re: MSSQLDRV.Int in the bin folder

    That's where our projects differ then. Out program generates a connection ID when it's run based upon a number of custom properties we've put into the .ws file. The only connection strings in the...
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    Re: MSSQLDRV.Int in the bin folder

    Couldn't agree more. MS aping sudo is a Good Thing.
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    Re: MSSQLDRV.Int in the bin folder

    Simple solution, don't edit the MSSQLDRV.int in bin\ directpy, copy it to you project's Data\ directory and leave it there and make all of your project specific changes in a project specific copy....
  22. Re: ESQL, apostrophe/single quote and SQL filter - no results

    How about ZGEMP_MASTER.EMPLOYEE_NAME LIKE '%O_CONN%'? In all seriousness, the filter itself looks like it should have worked. Be careful about setting them in OnConstrain though, not due to anything...
  23. Re: Diffrent dummy zero date in MSSQL conn. kit 5.1 and 6.

    Hasn't it just :-P. It seemed like such a subtle tweak to the CK to add support for new column types, a feature I've wanted myself. Who'd have thunk this would be the fallout.


    So I can't look it...
  24. Re: Diffrent dummy zero date in MSSQL conn. kit 5.1 and 6.

    If the theory in my previous post is correct, it would actually contain the default value (no necessarily the same thing), but I think you're on to something as an intermediate workaround...

    Thank...
  25. Re: Diffrent dummy zero date in MSSQL conn. kit 5.1 and 6.

    There-in lies my problem. I can work out the native type but what I can't do is calculate the minimum value appropriate to that type. The attribute I was using no longer returns the right value...
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