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Nah, IE-DOM-Rendering is not really different (it's not using any hWnd-based CommonControls
to render Formular-Elements). To render Scrollbars and Buttons with the system-theme,
Your given example is valid and well-parsable CSV - as the Excel-Importer demonstrates -
so the statement that "no one can split them" is obviously not true in case of Excel
(and for other...
The easiest way is per UNC-Path-Notation:
Dim DBPath As String
DBPath = "\\MyServerName\MySharedFolder\My.mdb"
Cnn.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & DBPath
That's basically the same P2P approach, LaVolpe already outlined (in more detail) in post #9.
The problem with that is to ensure *reliably* reaching "all other PCs" - because
when not reaching...
As long as there's no other machine on that LAN which is guaranteed "On",
(all PCs Off), you will have a hard time to manage "LAN-global-information".
Easiest solution is always, when you have a...
Yep, meant to write: "... any DB would serve ... (do, suffice, you name it)" -
sorry for the confusion.
There's always ways around a certain problem - but that would require a more elaborate
description from your end (e.g. describing the Pages you want to generate - maybe they
are simple enough ...)...
I'm out of ideas then - thought these APIs were worth a try - but apparently the cause is else-where.
(I'd guess the setup of a certain program has overwritten some library it shouldn't have on the...
Please check for different behaviour in the IDE and when running compiled (on your problem-machine).
Might be, that since the IDE usually runs elevated these days, a different Registry-hive is...
Did you try - as long as the process runs, and after setting to '2', what Value is reported for:
Aside from that test - did you run your small App as Administrator?
Currently I'm still both - but had my own (mid-sized) software-company for a while - and
worked in all kind of areas (large and small DB-systems Oracle/SQLServer/PostgreSQL/JET/SQLite, ...
vbRichClient5 is a free available, modern Framework for VB5/6 which contains a lot of
useful Helper-Classes - many of them without alternative in the VBClassic-universe.
The above New_c.FSO...
Thought, I already demonstrated per code, how to make *your* design work with single Field-artificial IDs
(and in my *adaption* of your design, there is no inconsistencies possible as well).
For completeness (and to introduce a Helper-Object, which can also set e.g. the
"Run as Administrator"-flag, in case that's needed)...
Here's what it looks like when vbRichClient5.cShellLink is...
Yes, on your "Vero" machine I'd run a small, new-compiled VB6-Program (in Admin-Mode),
which only contains a *.bas-Module with the following code-content:
You mean things as those "Enum-Like" 'ContactType'-Fields
(with "numbered Values" for 'Home', 'Work', 'Vacation' etc.)
Well, not entirely sure if that's a question which touches our thread-topic...
Nope - it was you who introduced that "worst violation of third normal form" first with your given example
(and I clearly pointed out in my posting, where it was violated - by mentioning that...
My point was, that you just cannot mark something you list in your bag of: "things you should never do"
(as e.g. showing Users artificial IDs) as one of the strongest disadvantages "when you do...
Well, as with any problem - there's dozens of ways to solve it efficiently.
And my approach would look completely different from yours...
When your Software offers to handle Phone-Calls in an...
One should use partial reads on huge Files which are larger than - say - 100-200MB,
because above that the Memory-allocator could start to choke whilst attempting to
reserve consecutive memory...
There's also an implementation in VB6-code from Leandro Ascierto which worth a try:
In case you mean the routine you posted in #2, this is not really recommendable
(since it still contains at least one bug and is not written very efficiently).
Below is an alternative routine...
I'd agree with the others, that your "aggregating into groups"-problem would best be solved directly in SQL,
because SQL already supports a nice built-in mechanism for aggregations (Group By, used...
Aside from '42' which is obviously a quite compatible answer to even the most difficult questions,
we'd have no real clue I guess - unless you care to share a bit of "contextual info" with us...
Maybe I did too - because it's not very clear what the OP really does with his Labels
(and which of the Drag-mechanisms is involved - the older one - or OleDragDrop).
If it's only for "just...
The system is (in Auto-Mode) using the DragDetect-Function
(or some other way which respects the current, GetSystemMetrics-retrievable Drag-Rectangle-settings)...
Well, in the case of UTF8-decoding I'm nearly 100% sure, that the "piece of VB-Code-without APIs" you
found on the Web will produce *differing* results than the Systems-MultiByteToWideChar-APIcall...
Well, as a valid Unicode-Encoding, UTF-8 is surely Unicode.
All in all a really nice and efficient format for storage and transfers, because it not only
covers the whole Unicode-range, but is...
A simple way to suppress the effect (without searching for a real Fix in a different version of
a maybe API-created CommmonControls-ToolBar) would be an additional hosting Container
Well, the BaseClass-Instance of an OCX can be created per DirectCOM.dll quite fine,
but then the following and necessary "siting-process" of that "Control-Base-Instance"
was never working entirely...
Never tried the SxS regfree mechanism on Wine (because the regfree-mode
per DirectCOM.dll + GetInstance-call was always working flawlessly there).
Not sure how far they are in the meantime with...
The Wine-Layer on Linux is handled quite similar to the SYSWOW64-Layer on Windows itself.
It's a set of Dlls which translate and map to deeper system-functions in a Win32-API-compatible way.
Then why not simply reading it first into a ByteArray completely:
Dim B() As Byte
B = ReadFileBytes("C:\Tests\SomeUnicode.txt")
'now, one can check the first few Bytes of...
Judging from the Forms Icon, this seems to be a Windows-Forms-GUI -
and the thread should be moved into the proper (.NET)Forum ...
They are (at their base) just plain Windows-Dlls which usually follow StdCall-convention -
and export (at least in case of VB6-generated ones, but also in case of many C++ generated COM-Dlls) - ...
I already asked you, if you're willing to go through the Wikipedia-disadvantage-list with me,
so is this a yes?
Funky, if you want me to take you seriously - you should put a bit more...
Nope, after reading the thing, I absolutely don't like it, because the guy has no clue what he's talking about.
He contradicts himself in his "argumentation" - and here's where I draw the line:
Too bad there's no one here in the forums, who did have to deal with exactly this issue in one of his DBs.
Would have been interesting to hear an opinion (and about "concrete costs") firsthand.
Proofing against a future which may never exist. Violation of Yagni principle. Thin.
This is not YAGNI, because it doesn't complicate your code (for a possible future gain) -
Again, I offered "to go through the wikipedia-disadvantages-list" with you, if you want -
in my book, that's not a "dismissal of the arguments of others", but the exact opposite.
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