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Mike Prestwood
1. The Future of Paradox Blog

If you have an existing Paradox system you can keep using it but you'll need to skip the Vista operating system and either stick with Windows XP or move to Windows 7. Because better tools exist, you may very well want to put a plan together now for converting to another development tool or at least understand what the future is likely to hold. If you're a power-user or researcher working with data, stick with Paradox.

Posted to KB Topic: Tool Basics
15 years ago, and updated 11 months ago
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Douglas.M
2. Modern Storage Media is Much Better than the Old Days

This article discusses how storage media has improved dramatically since the early 1990s.

Posted to KB Topic: Hardware
24 months ago, and updated 16 months ago
(4 Comments , last by Pervez.J )

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Douglas.M
3. Paradox ObjectPAL Dormant Customer Ordering Trend Report (Old and New Versions)

This article describes a Paradox ObjectPAL ordering trend reporting program I made that accepts a purchase order date range and a non-purchase order date range. It will report customers who bought during the purchase time period, but not during the non-purchase time period. There are 2 versions of this report. The older version uses only ObjectPAL Tcursors to perform the processing. The newer one incorporates programmatically executed queries in addition to Tcursors. The purpose of this report is to reveal those customers with declining sales.

Posted to KB Topic: OPAL: Reports
8 years ago, and updated 17 months ago

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4. How I Generate a List of Top Customers for a Specific Sales Representative

This is a useful report I made using the Paradox ObjectPAL coding to create a listing of top customers for a specific sales representative along with an order date range input. It’s a good insight into who your sales people are selling to and how much in a given time period.

Posted to KB Topic: OPAL: Reports
7 years ago, and updated 17 months ago

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5. What to do When Your Paradox Data Table View Comes up Black

A simple fix for Paradox data tables appearing totally black in data table view mode.

Posted to KB Topic: Paradox Tables
6 years ago, and updated 17 months ago
(2 Comments , last by mprestwood )

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jseidel
Reading Paradox tables from Access 2007
I have an Access application that imports data from Paradox tables in an existing, external application (Timeslips by Sage). App was originally written in Access 2003 and I was able to link to several Paradox tables and read them successfully (no update is required). We upgraded to Access 2007 and the existing Paradox links work just fine but I have been unable to create new read-only links to more of the Timeslips' Paradox tables. The new Import wizard assumes a read-write link and then fails with the error:      "Unexpected error from external database driver (11010)." Development is on a Windows7 64-bit machine and deployed to a WindowsXP machine (soon to be upgraded to Windows7). I've tried linking on both machines and NoGo. I've also tried searching the web for code that could handle this but to no avail. Any suggestions as to how I can accomplish this?  Thanks very much.,
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13 years ago
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PHP connecting through ODBC for Paradox table(.db)
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14 years ago
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Suleman.K
It is a file-based database system with each table in a separate file or files., , high-performance metal detector
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enumTableProperties(propTbl)
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14 years ago
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Steven.G
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Yesid.B
ODBC Join tables
I am attempting to join two tables through an 'INDEX' field like so: SELECT w.LOCATION, w.BOLIN, w.DATEIN, w.LOT, w.QTY, w.UNITMEAS, w.CUSTCODE, w.WEIGHT, w.PRODUCTCODE, , w."INDEX", w.QUAR FROM wrhse AS w, items AS s , WHERE w.DATEOUT IS NULL AND s.poCode ='"+txtpoCode+"' AND w."INDEX" = s."INDEX" However I am not getting a result. Initially I was using the following: sql = 'SELECT * FROM subitemsTEST.DB WHERE poCode = '"+txtpoCode+"' order by index desc' to get the indexes and from there I would get the data from 'wrhse' having the indexes. But when I get more than 192 rows for some reason the system does not display the complete result set. Why can this be? How can I join two tables? Thank you in advance.
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Bringing the Active record to a new form
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Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Never mind. Tried for a few days, couldn't get libraries to work (maybe a windows 10 issue?), but I figured it out using a query to a temp table, and pulled the value from the temp table into the second form. Maybe not the most elegant, but it works.
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