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Printing in Windows10
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Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Setup, Vista, etc. « Paradox Board
34 months ago

Steven.G
file/open the library program/compile file/save simple, and nothing will change.. but.. if the forms scripts and reports are all delivered (fdl not fsl, rdl not rsl, etc), you have to recompile EVERYTHING
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RE: Printing in Windows10
I do have one question on updating to later versions of Paradox. It looks like my problem going from 9 straight to 11 lies in the paradox library that is referenced in the csutom OPAL code. I am unfamiliar with Paradox libraries as db objects, sorry to ask for so much hand holding but is there a proceedure for updating code libraries when you move to a new paradox version?  I can see we have old libraries for paradox 8 as well as 16 and 95 ( which I take to be 16 bit and Win95 Libraries). 
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Database Diagraming
Hello All, I am looking for advice on diagramming my paradox database/application.. So far my methods have been really tedious. In Paradox it is easy enough to get the table structures out. For forms I open them in Design, use the object editor to get to the event and open that up for editing. I just read through the code to see where the original developer stored data and what other forms or reports he was calling. In Access I would use the object dependency tool to do this type of work. I have not found anything like that in Paradox 9. Is there anything helpful for mapping dependencies in later versions of Paradox? Are there any other tricks you guys have learnered for mapping out relationships and object dependencies when you are disecting other people's work? Thanks, Steve
39 months ago

Steven.G
look at the enum functions.. enumfilelist can give you a list of tables, then scan that list with enumfieldstruct to build a table of field names and properties enumfilelist can give you a list of forms or libraries, then scan that list with enumsource and build a table of your code an "org chart" of what calls what can be simple or complicated, depending on the complexities (or lack therof) of your app
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