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    Re: The next hurdle

    ;)
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Vincent - Iíve re-uploaded the images in the post above.

    Mike
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Hi Vincent

    Well the situation ATM is that I have it working (and more importantly, working at the customer site) using the approach Michael Mullan suggested (his cDRReportMSSQL class copied from...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    And it works! :)

    Thank you Michael!

    Mike
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    Re: The next hurdle

    OK, I'm going in. If I should die, think only this of me... :eek:
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    Re: The next hurdle

    OK, that works on machine (but then lots of things do! ;)) - the acid test will come shortly when I try it on the customer's machine.

    Am I right in thinking that using this technique I will not...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Michael

    OK, so looking at the code in Plato, it seems that the approach there is to use cDRReportPlato, which just adds some additional functionality to cDFReportMSSQL, which adds the "DNS-less"...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Michael

    OK, I have Peter's code for ChangeODBCSource (see elsewhere in the thread). I also have Plato, so I'll look in there for the usage.

    As you'll see elsewhere in this thread, I was having...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Thanks Peter

    I'll give that a try.

    Mike
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Hmm...

    I am going down the ODBC route now (rather than DF managed connections), but...

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    And the test returns success, however in the Change Datasource Wizard, after selecting the...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Hi Vincent - thank you for that. :)

    So... what I need to do is get an ODBC connection working on my dev machine, with the same name as one I get working on the customer's PC, and use that in my...
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    Re: The next hurdle

    Just occurred to me... is the database connection to use stored in Dr.db? I should have copied that.

    Mike
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    Re: Issue with onConstrain

    And as Michael pointed out was wrong! ;)

    Mike
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    Re: Issue with onConstrain

    Ah - my bad. :( I just never use variables there.

    Mike
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    The next hurdle

    OK, so I've got my reports (a couple, anyway) upgraded to run under DFR 8.0 and that is working OK on my own machine.

    So, how to get that to work at the customer?

    I have specified in the Change...
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    Re: Issue with onConstrain

    Hi

    You cannot use local variables in the OnConstrain procedure.

    Try instead:


    Procedure OnConstrain

    If (sReceiptNumber(Self) <> '') Begin
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    Vincent

    OK, so now it is "Which came first, the feather or the egg?". (I'm still betting on the egg. Fish lay eggs. Caviar! ;))


    Caviar comes from the virgin sturgeon,
    Now the virgin...
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    Re: OK, Next Problem...

    Marco

    I actually started that other thread, writing down the details of each of the problems and how I was trying to work around them. In doing so it caused me to think more clearly about what...
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    Dinosaurs were laying eggs before anybody heard of chickens, so I'm guessing that answers that! ;)
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    Re: OK, Next Problem...

    Well - done all that and achievd success of a kind (for which many thanks to you all). I've got a (converted to the SQL datasource) report printing from the DF 19.1 version to the preview window.
    ...
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    Re: Just for giggles...

    Ah, Garret, that 'coz you are the only one of us old enough to have learned it during the previous pandemic lockdown in 1919. ;)

    Mike
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    Re: OK, Next Problem...

    Thanks guys - I'm reading Vincent's post now (thanks Michael) and get started.

    It is DF 19.1 and I'll see about DRF v8.

    Mike
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    OK, Next Problem...

    So... I have these DFR (well VRW, actually) reports that are in DFR 2.1 format and I'm trying to convert them from using the embedded DB to MS SQL...

    Now in DFR 2.1 I if I try to change the tables...
  24. Thread: Dfr 2.1

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    Re: Dfr 2.1

    ;)
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    by Mike Peat
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    Re: Dfr 2.1

    Don't worry - found a copy.

    Mike
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