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Language / Re: bsy/tim=0
« on: March 02, 2021, 04:04:23 PM »
No real harm, but giving it a second would prevent unnecessary busy errors when someone tries to access a PO that just happened to be extracted but will be released in less than a second during say an update process.  Just something to consider.

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Language / Re: Serial data stream
« on: February 27, 2021, 10:24:01 AM »

Don't know if it will work, but you could try:
def sep($04$)


You can capture the existing separator list with seps$=sep(*)


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Language / Post Open Embedded IO Procedure with Direct Access File Path
« on: February 12, 2021, 05:11:57 PM »
When using an embedded IO procedure with a file that is being opened as the result of the direct access method in a read statement (see example below), is there any way to know that the file is being opened by direct access?


Example:
read ("custfile",key=custnum$)


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Programming / Re: Converting UTF-8 data from web service
« on: September 28, 2020, 06:14:39 PM »
Loren,


Try cvs(x$,"UTF8:ASCII").  Works for me on pxplus v15.10.

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Registration and Setup / Re: User Seats
« on: July 28, 2020, 06:19:10 PM »
The additional seat may be the connection process on the server (nthost, etc.).

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Programming / Re: Open file explorer to specific directory?
« on: July 22, 2020, 06:59:29 PM »
Try using system_help with the folder you want to open +"\.":
For example, this should open the current working directory of the pxplus server or windx session:
system_help lwd+"\."

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Programming / Re: Getting Text of a Program Line Number
« on: June 02, 2020, 04:01:14 PM »
Were you having trouble with lst(pgm(x,tcb(12))) where x is the line number?  This has always worked for me unless the program is password protected.

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Language / rtf multi_line behavior change
« on: April 15, 2020, 05:49:54 PM »

We noticed a change in rtf behavior between versions 12.50 and 15.10 when pasting a range of cells copied from excel.  The cells in excel do not have any borders.  However, in v12.50 the cells have borders after they are pasted into an rtf multi_line, whereas in v15.10, they do not.


While this appears to be a bug fix, it was also a nice "feature".  Is there anything we can do to bring this "feature" back (i.e. object properties, parameters, etc.)?


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Programming / Re: List box column sort
« on: April 10, 2020, 02:46:15 PM »

Michael,


Try lv'SortOnHdrClick=1.  ;)


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Language / Re: INPUT in a cron job
« on: December 04, 2019, 04:49:48 PM »
I believe a background process will quit when it hits an input statement if there is no "input" file/device associated with it.  If you are not redirecting input to /dev/null (i.e. < /dev/null), see if that helps.

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Programming / Re: mailto attachment
« on: November 11, 2019, 03:10:42 PM »

I wanted to do the same thing a while ago, and ended up using the outlook executable with switches to accomplish what I wanted.


invoke %wdx$+"outlook.exe /a "+quo+file_path$+quo+" /m "+quo+to_address$+"&subject=The Subject"+quo


Hope this helps!


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Programming / Re: How to speed up creating a Tree View List Box
« on: September 20, 2019, 06:17:23 PM »

Dave,


With Mike King's help I was able to dramatically improve performance by doing the following:
1. Pre-sort the data using a memory file with a key definition that defines the each level as fields
2. Build a load string from the memory file.
3. Turn off the list box sorting feature ('sort=0).
4. Loading the data using the string.
5. Turn the list box sorting back on ('sort=1)


Mike explained that the performance was due to an inefficient built-in sorting mechanism with the windows list box control. So far we haven't exceeded the memory limits and we've loaded a lot more than 80k records with up to 6 levels.


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Programming / Re: Selecting all list_box entries
« on: September 20, 2019, 04:03:53 PM »
Mike, maybe you could add a select all method that does the same thing as ctrl-a.  :)

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Programming / Re: Selecting all list_box entries
« on: September 19, 2019, 09:33:25 PM »
If the data in the list box is large, reading and writing it to select everything may be time consuming, especially in a client/server environment.  An example with 5,000 items in the list using an alternative method is shown below.  Un-remark line 220 to see the difference in time using the read/write method.  In my tests over a client/server internet (not intranet) connection took almost 4 times longer to select all of the items using the read/write method.

0010 begin
0015 print 'CS',
0020 precision 8
0025 list_box 10,@(10,5,40,10),opt="#"
0030 print "Loading ... ",; wait 0; t=tim
0035 for i=1 to 5000
0040 list_box load 10,0,str(rnd(10000):"0000")+str(rnd(10000):"0000")
0045 next i
0050 print @(0),"elapsted seconds:",(tim-t)*3600; wait 0
0055 print "Selecting ... ",; wait 0; t=tim
0060 selected=fn_lb_select_all(10)
0065 print "elapsed seconds:",(tim-t)*3600; wait 0
0070 list_box goto 10
0075 obtain "Press Enter to end",*,'LF'
0080 list_box remove 10
0085 end

0200 def fn_lb_select_all(local id)
0205 local items=id'itemcount,i,p$,v$
0210 if items then {
0215 list_box hide id
0220 ! list_box find 10,0,x$; list_box write 10,x$; goto 0235
0225 for i=items to 1 step -1; p$+=",selectitem",v$+=sep+str(i); next i
0230 id'_proplist$=p$(2),id'_propvalues$=v$(2)
0235 list_box show id
0240  }
0245 return items
0250 end def

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