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  1. Re: Possible to constrain a parent based on children data?

    Is this in a SQL database? If so you can setup a SQL Constraint to do this.
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    Re: Internet Explorer

    Recently have switched in our Dev environment to WebKitX. Lots of new features. We decided to go with this product. Licensing was a nightmare as we have a combination of desktop and VM's which are...
  3. Constraints and declarative referential integrity

    For all us old DataFlex database developers.

    https://www.red-gate.com/simple-talk/databases/theory-and-design/constraints-and-declarative-referential-integrity/


    Joe Celko is my SQL hero !
  4. Re: Ransomware protection built-in to Windows 10

    Following up. I had a couple of MS apps popup in my security. One being SSMS that wanted to write a documents folder. I expected MS to trust their own apps :p But it's basically one-click to get...
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    Re: SQLFetchResultSetValues issue

    +1 Thanks. That's better !
  6. Re: Ransomware protection built-in to Windows 10

    I got a blocked app popped up in MS Security. I did some research and found out it's an HP app that can be trusted. It was easy to add it. In fact, MS remembered the app when I clicked on add and it...
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    Re: SQLFetchResultSetValues issue

    Hi Sture,

    Yes. I'm not sure I developed the opposite.



    Function SQLDateTimeToDFDateTime String sSQLDate Returns DateTime
    Integer iType
    DateTime dtReturn
    ...
  8. Ransomware protection built-in to Windows 10

    Windows 10 has a built-in ransomware block, you just need to enable it | PC Gamer

    Or you could try this one.

    Try This One Weird Trick Russian Hackers Hate – Krebs on Security
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    Re: What MS SQL Client softwear do I need?

    If it's any help this is what is installed on my machine. I think I'm on the same windows version as you.

    14598
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    Re: Am I the first webapp of the pool?

    +1 I think this is a sane approach.
  11. Re: What will this code really do? (Error found by StarZen's Source Explorer)

    The Forward is useless since the message is being sent directly to the object.
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    Re: selected col has no selected row

    What happens if you set pbInitialSelectionEnable to true?
  13. Re: Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    It might have had to do with missing USE for some other classes. While this was a new modal dialog, it was also a cut/paste from a existing view. Designed to edit some records in a grid from a...
  14. Re: Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    I can drag and drop onto a normal dbView (including our sub-class).
  15. Re: Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    Yes it's there. Just the normal stub of a dfo. Object and End_Object
  16. Re: Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    No it's the base class.
  17. Re: Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    Nothing special at all.
  18. Dragging and dropping in a dbModalPanel

    Weird error. I have a dbModalPanel and want to drag and drop a field from DDO Explorer onto the panel.

    I get these series of errors. And then a VERY strange object name (Capture11.png). BTW - DF...
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    Re: Developer/Project Leader Available

    Confirming Wil and Bob. Top notch ! Highly recommended !
  20. Re: CurrentDateTime, SQL and 24/12 hour display

    Yeah I just found that out. Glad I didn't convert my app yet :rolleyes:
  21. Re: CurrentDateTime, SQL and 24/12 hour display

    My app has been running for years without any issues.

    Here's an example. I input (or automatically) timestamp the end time with the AM/PM always shown on the screen. And I can change AM to PM and...
  22. Re: CurrentDateTime, SQL and 24/12 hour display

    SWM - can you be more specific? I've been using DateTime values with PM for a long time in MSSQL and don't have any problems. FYI: in my homemade time keeping app.
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    Consulting 101

    Many of us are consultants. This is the 2nd article in an interesting series.

    https://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/moving-into-consulting-101-part-2-the-tact-of-a-consultant
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    Re: Temporal tables in MS SQL

    Sture,

    Here's a link to some info on MSSQL Temporal tables in case you are interested.
  25. Re: Feature request: DF_FILE_SQL_TABLE_NAME! DF_FIELD_SQL_COLUMN_NAME?

    +1 and yes it's a bug !
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