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NE Ohio Computer Guy
1. How I Maintain Control in the Highly Subjective Software Design Business

This article describes how I use my Terms of Service web page to stay in control of my software design projects throughout the design process from start to finish.

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3. Useful C# Windows Forms Input Masks

This article discusses three C# input masks I have used in my program design.

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11 months ago, and updated 10 months ago

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4. The Workings of a Simple PHP Scrolling List

This article shows how PHP can be used to access a MySQL database to retrieve data for a scroll list. Here, I will discuss one that lists 12 rows at a time on a web page.

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5. The Reason Why I Do Not Use a Fixed Price Labor Contract Anymore

This article describes my rational for refusing to use a fixed price labor contract for my programming services any longer.

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walker1475
Using Microsoft Access table with Delphi
I have worked with paradox tables before in Delphi but have never tried using Access tables. Could someone tell me how I would could connect to a Microsoft Access database/table?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Distributed Apps « Delphi Board
15 years ago
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Index out of Date
Hi all, I have run Paradox 8 on a Server 2003 for over a decade using RDP sessions with dozens of users.  I upgraded to Paradox 11 and Windows 10 clients.  All still fine.  This week, though, I migrated my database from a Server 2003 to a Server 2016.  All programs run fine but I am getting multiple index out of dates each day when multiple users save data in the tables.  So far, I have: 1.  Disabled write cache on drives 2.  Excluded database directories and c:\netdir directory from Windows Defender scanning 3.  Edited LanmanServer and LanmanWorkstation to add keys 'enableoplocks'=0 and 'disableoplocks'=1 4.  Local share on BDE=true 5.  All sessions map to the same c:\netdir for control file and use same path to database tables Any help from those who have succeeded with a Server 2016 hosting tables in an RDS environment would be greatly appreciated.  
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc. « Paradox Board
15 years ago
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Form synchronization
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Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
15 years ago
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Steven.G
good to know.. thanks.. making your own "next number" process is a different way to look at your app, but it's very flexible.. and it doesn't break as easily as an AutoInc
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JBuilder 4 vs JBuilder 3
I mainly use JBuilder 3 for my Java development (mainly servlets and applets). In order to take advantage of the newer Java technologies, I realize I will have to move to JBuilder 4 (or a competing product). We have some people using JBuilder 3.5 and it is a buggy, resource-hogging disaster (much worse than 3...), so I was wondering what other people's thoughts were on moving to 4. , I have played around a bit in 4 and noticed a few minor annoyances (the scroll button doesn't work for one!). Anything else you can warn me about?
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15 years ago
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