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.NET Business Objects
NET for VFP Developers Chapter 08.pdf
Sample Chapter 8 of .NET for VFP Developers: The VFP community has known about the importance of business objects for several years now. They continue to be extremely important in all types of .NET applications including Web Forms, Window Forms, and Web Services. This chapter explains what business objects are, why you should use them, and how to implement them in .NET.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Kevin McNeish
Adding HTML Help to Your Applications
Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation Chapter 25.pdf
Sample Chapter 25 of Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation: Online help has become pretty much a given these days. The previous version of Windows Help, WinHelp, was tough to implement and not that useful. The new version, HTML Help, is wonderful. In this chapter, I’ll show you how to use HTML Help Workshop and how to incorporate an HTML Help file with your application.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Advanced Word
Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 6 of Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro: Word can produce some very complicated documents. Several features help bring order to longer documents: outlines, tables of contents, and indexes. Our look at Word finishes with the prototypical blend of word processing and databases: mail merge.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor
Arbeiten mit Grafiken und Diagrammen
OOoSwitch 10.doc
Die meisten Menschen verstehen Informationen besser, wenn sie als Grafik oder Diagramm präsentiert wird als wenn sie die reinen Daten sehen. Calc hat die Fähigkeit, die Daten auf unterschiedlichen Art aufzubereiten und bietet eine Oberfläche ähnlich einem Assistenten, um Sie durch die erforderlichen Schritte zu leiten.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Arbeiten mit Webdiensten in VFP 7.0
New 18.pdf
Die nächste Generation von Webanwendungen erwartet den Gebrauch von Webdiensten. Visual FoxPros neue XML-Fähigkeiten und Webserver - Erweiterungen vereinfachen die Erstellung von Webdiensten, die von jedem Punkt im Internet aufgerufen werden können.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Avoiding Common Problems in Help files
ithh_sc05.pdf
To develop truly helpful online help, writers need to think like potential users, include information to answer their questions at an appropriate level of detail, and make the information easy to find. This chapter describes the 10 most common complaints that users have with online help, the underlying problems that lead to these complaints, and ways to identify the problems and avoid or fix them.
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Geändert: 09.12.2004 Autor: Jean H. Weber
Berechnen von Zeit und Kosten für ein Softwareprojekt
09-07 Berechen von Zeit und Kosten für ein Softwareprojekt.doc
Von den Fragen, die sich bei der Entwicklung von Software immer wieder stellen, ist die Schätzung von Zeit und Kosten für die Entwicklung wohl diejenige, die sich am hartnäckigsten stellt.
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Buchauszug Rational Rose und UML - Anleitung zum Praxiseinsatz
rationalrose_uml.pdf
Buchauszug und Inhaltsverzeichnis zu "Rational Rose und UML - Anleitung zum Praxiseinsatz" von Galileo Computing Verlag
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Geändert: 20.04.2005 Autor: Alf Borrmann
Buchauszug Software-Tests in der Praxis
galileocomputing_software_testing.pdf
Buchauszug und Inhaltsverzeichnis "Software-Tests in der Praxis" vom Verlag Galileo Computing
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Geändert: 20.04.2005 Autor: Manfred Rätzmann
Buchtitel Anwendungsentwicklung Cover
VFP_Entwicklung_Cover.pdf
Das Cover der aktualisierten deutschen Version des Buchtitels Effiziente Anwendungsentwicklung mit Visual FoxPro von Jim Booth.
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Geändert: 27.02.2004 Autor: Kent Gerber
Building Distributed Applications over HTTP
Internet Applications with VFP Chapter 07.pdf
Sample Chapter 7 of Internet Applications with VFP: HTTP is much more than just a protocol used by the Web browser for transmitting HTML. In this chapter I'll show you how to use HTTP generically from a Visual FoxPro client application to execute logic on a Web server that is also running Visual FoxPro. You'll see how to retrieve content and data over HTTP, fire logic on the server and handle bidirectional transfer of data using familiar SQL commands over HTTP. This approach allows you to build rich GUI applications that take advantage of the distributed nature of the Internet without having to conform to a limited HTML interface. Using the techniques described here, you can extend the reach of existing applications across the Internet with minimal amounts of code—using all native Visual FoxPro code.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Rick Strahl
Combos and Listbox
1001 Things You Wanted to Know about VFP Chapter 05.pdf
Example Chapter 05 from 1001 Things You Wanted to Know about VFP: Combos and lists are two very powerful controls that allow the user to select from a predetermined set of values. Used properly, they provide a valuable means of ensuring data validity. Used improperly, they can be your worst nightmare. If you use a combo box to present the user with thousands of items, you are asking for trouble! In this chapter, we present some handy combo and lists classes that can be used to provide a polished, professional interface while significantly reducing your development time.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek
Configuring Your Desktop
06_LTPU05.pdf
So you’ve installed Fedora Core, you’ve logged in, and you’re facing a GUI desktop. What next? You’ve got two choices. Either leave it alone and just learn how to use what’s in front of you, or customize it—make it bend to your will. Hey, I know! Let’s do both! In this chapter, I’ll explain how to use the desktop “out of the box,” and then I’ll show you how to customize it by showing you how I customize my own desktop.
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Geändert: 23.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Connecting Windows Workstations
LTNetworkChapter6.pdf
Because this is a book about using Linux on a Microsoft Windows-based network, this chapter shows you how to connect various Microsoft Windows workstations to a Linuxbased PDC.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Michael Jang
Creating and Managing COM Components
Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 6 of Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide: Microsoft’s Component Object Model (COM) is one of those technologies that simply makes sense. It is a natural fit for object-oriented development and n-tier design. COM allows you to make your VFP objects available to other software and programming environments, thus making a flexible technology for business components in the middle tier. We will show how to build COM components, the different types of COM components available, how to register them, and how to manage them with the Component Gallery. As well, we will touch on error-handling issues with COM and special considerations when using COM and Microsoft Transaction Server.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Winegarden, Delay
Creating Charts and Graphs
MegaFox 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending Visual FoxPro Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 6 of MegaFox 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending Visual FoxPro: It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. This is especially true when analyzing trends in financial applications. Viewing the data in a graphical format is usually more meaningful than merely reviewing a bunch of numbers in a spreadsheet. In this chapter, we will explore several mechanisms by which we can generate graphs to be displayed on forms or printed in reports. (Note: Creating graphs for display in web pages can be accomplished using the Office Web Components. This is covered in Chapter 16: VFP on the Web).
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek
CrysDev: A Developer’s Guide to Integrating Crystal Reports
CR04_06NMpdf2.pdf
Accessing Data
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Craig Berntson
Customizing Your Development Environment
Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation Chapter 16.pdf
Sample Chapter 15 of Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation: It never ceases to amaze me to walk into a development shop and see how the developers work. The most mind-numbing experience is to watch a developer start up Visual FoxPro, and then issue three or four attempts of the “CD <current app dev directory>” command as his first step—because VFP’s default location is still set somewhere deep in the bowels of Program Files. Think of all the time you spend building applications to make other people more productive. Doesn’t it make sense to tune your own work environment? In this chapter, I’ll show you a number of techniques that you can use to make your daily work easier and more bug-proof.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Das deutsche Visual FoxPro 8.0 Update Buch
New 0.pdf
Inhaltsverzeichnis: Das deutsche Visual FoxPro 8.0 Update Buch
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Das VFP 8.0 Update-Buch - Kapitel 2 - Die Toolbox
New 2.pdf
Es sieht so aus, als würde jede neue Version von Visual FoxPro einige neue Werkzeuge enthalten. VFP 8 enthält drei davon, alle in VFP selbst geschrieben. Dieses Kapitel befasst sich mit der Toolbox, die eine neue Möglichkeit bedeutet, auf Steuerelemente zuzugreifen und einiges mehr.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Das VFP 8.0 Update-Buch - Kapitel 2 - Die Toolbox
New 2.doc
Es sieht so aus, als würde jede neue Version von Visual FoxPro einige neue Werkzeuge enthalten. VFP 8 enthält drei davon, alle in VFP selbst geschrieben. Dieses Kapitel befasst sich mit der Toolbox, die eine neue Möglichkeit bedeutet, auf Steuerelemente zuzugreifen und einiges mehr.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Das VFP8 Update-Buch - Kapitel 6 - Verbesserter Datenzugriff
New 6.pdf
Es gibt mehrere Möglichkeiten, in VFP-Anwendungen auf andere Daten als die von VFP zuzugreifen, beispielsweise auf den SQL Server oder Oracle: Remote Ansichten, SQL Pass-Through, ADO und XML. VFP 8 führt eine überraschende neue Technologie mit Namen Cursor-Adapter ein, die den Zugriff auf remote Daten im Vergleich zu früheren Versionen deutlich vereinfacht.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Das VFP8 Update-Buch - Kapitel 6 - Verbesserter Datenzugriff
New 6.doc
Es gibt mehrere Möglichkeiten, in VFP-Anwendungen auf andere Daten als die von VFP zuzugreifen, beispielsweise auf den SQL Server oder Oracle: Remote Ansichten, SQL Pass-Through, ADO und XML. VFP 8 führt eine überraschende neue Technologie mit Namen Cursor-Adapter ein, die den Zugriff auf remote Daten im Vergleich zu früheren Versionen deutlich vereinfacht.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Data - Views
Effective Techniques for Application Development with VFP Chapter 05.pdf
Sample Chapter 5 of Effective Techniques for Application Development with VFP: Views, a new feature introduced with Visual FoxPro, provide a way to take a new approach to many aspects of our applications. At the simplest, views represent a way of storing queries within the Visual FoxPro database container. They can, if desired, be used exclusively to provide the interface between forms, code and the data tables.
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Geändert: 19.01.2004 Autor: Jim Booth
Developing a Logical Data Model
Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide: Data is the heart of our Visual FoxPro applications. Getting data safely stored and updated in our databases is our “bread and butter.” Crucial to doing this is good design for our data model. We need to understand the difference between the logical data model, discussed here, and the physical data model, discussed in Chapter 8, “Creating a Physical Database,” as we move through this design process. Without good design, we’ll always be fighting the awkwardness and integrity problems to which poor design gives rise.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Winegarden, Delay
DevGuide: Bug Reporting and Application Feedback
DevGuide3_24BugReporting_sample.pdf
Sample Chapter 24 of DevGuide 3: As I’ve mentioned before, as much fun as software development is, it’s still encapsulated in the object of a business, and a good business wants to get feedback from its customers. Here’s how to get feedback—all sorts of feedback—from the users of your application.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
DevGuide: The Sales Call
DevGuide3_11SalesCall_sample.pdf
Sample Chapter 11 of Developers Guide 3: In one of his early comedy albums, Bill Cosby hypothesized that graduation from a karate class was not the ultimate goal of taking such a class. Rather, he said, “Eventually, you want to get attacked.” In a similar vein, while the goal of marketing is initially to get phone calls, ultimately, it’s to make a sales call. More so than the phone call, an in-person visit is your best chance to set expectations while at the same time determining whether you want the job. This chapter covers the in-person sales call in detail.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
DevGuide: Types of Processes
DevGuide3_03TypesOfProcesses_sample.pdf
Sample Chapter 3 of Developers Guide 3: Just as the earlier editions of this book were targeted at a specific group of developers, they were also targeted at a specific type of process—the so-called waterfall method. But not all development fits into this one method, any more than all developers are the same or all development is the same. In this chapter, I’ll discuss what your options are for developing a custom software application.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Draw and Impress Documents with OpenOffice.org
oome_sc15.pdf
This chapter introduces methods to manipulate and modify the content contained in Draw and Impress documents. The drawing functionality is the same in Draw and Impress, but Impress contains extra functionality to facilitate presentations.
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Geändert: 12.08.2004 Autor: Andrew Pitonyak
Einstieg in C#.NET
galileocomputing_einstieg_c.pdf
Das Buch ist in drei Abschnitte aufgeteilt. Im ersten werden die Elemente der Sprache beschrieben, die rein strukturiert, also ablaufgesteuert sind. Der zweite Teil geht auf die objektorientierten Features ein und bietet eine Einführung in das Threading. Im dritten Teil erhalten Sie einen Einblick, was Sie mit .NET alles machen können. Die Kapitel sind jeweils ähnlich aufgebaut: Zunächst wird eine Einführung in das Themengebiet geliefert, danach werden die Mittel vorgestellt, die C# dafür bereitstellt. Mit zahlreichen Beispielen, die alle auch auf der beigelegten CD-ROM zu finden sind, verdeutlicht der Autor dann das zuvor Gesagte.
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Geändert: 26.04.2007 Autor: Bernhard Volz
Einstieg in VB.NET
galileocomputing_einstieg_vb.pdf
Konsequent verfährt Martin in seinem Buch nach dem Motto "zuerst die Praxis, dann die Theorie". Sie lernen zunächst alles, was Sie benötigen, um ein kleines Programm zu schreiben, dass Sie aus ein paar Steuerelementen auf dem Formular zusammengeklickt haben und nun mit Leben füllen wollen. Genauso wie es mit dem "guten alten" VB 6.0 möglich war. Nachdem Sie nun festgestellt haben, dass das ja alles gar nicht so schwer ist, wie Sie dachten, erhalten Sie fundierte Hintergrundinformationen in Form so genannter Exkurse.
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Geändert: 05.05.2003 Autor: Rene Martin
Einstieg in XML
galileocomputing_xml.pdf
Sie lernen in diesem Buch XML kennen, werden Schema-Definitionen mit DTD und XML Schema vornehmen, Navigation mit XPath, XLink und XPointer verstehen, Daten mit CSS ausgeben, die Umwandlung von XML-Dokumenten mit XSLT vornehmen, XSL als Formatierungssprache einsetzen und die Programmierschnittstellen kennen lernen: DOM und SAX. Zuletzt erhalten Sie noch eine Übersicht über die XML-Webdienste.
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Geändert: 05.05.2003 Autor: Helmut Vonhoegen
Erleichtern Sie Ihr Leben mit Vorlagen und Dokumentvorlagen
OOoSwitch 5.doc
Für die meisten Anwender ist das gleichmäßige Aussehen innerhalb von Dokumenten wie auch von Dokumenten untereinander wichtig. OpenOffice.org unterstützt diese Anforderung mit Vorlagen, die eine Gruppe von Formatcharakteristika definieren sowie mit Vorlagen, in denen die Vorlagen mit vorformulierten Texten kombiniert werden, um die Basis für neue Dokumente zu bilden.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Extending Remote Views with SQL Pass Through
ClientServer Apps with VFP and SQL Server Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 06 ClientServer Apps with VFP and SQL Server: As you learned in Chapter 4, remote views make it very easy to access remote data. Remote views are actually wrappers for SQL pass through, handling the tasks of managing connections, detecting changes, formatting UPDATE commands and submitting them to the server. In this chapter, we’re going to take an in-depth look at SQL pass through. We’ll see how to connect to the server, submit queries, manage transactions and more.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Urwiler, DeWitt
Forms
Effective Techniques for Application Development with VFP Chapter 09.pdf
Sample Chapter 9 Effective Techniques for Application Development with VFP: In many ways, the forms for an application are what it's all about—everything else is just along to hand 'em the saw! Forms allow the user to interact with the data, so from the user's standpoint, forms can arguably be considered the "heart" of the application. This chapter begins to look at forms as containers for the form controls that are discussed in chapters 10 and 11, and discusses issues that relate to forms without regard to what you put on them and what data they manipulate.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Jim Booth
Getting started with OpenOffice.org Macros
oome_sc01.pdf
In OpenOffice.org, macros and dialogs are stored in documents and libraries. The included integrated development environment (IDE) is used to create and debug macros. This chapter introduces the basic concepts of starting the IDE and creating macros by showing the steps to produce a simple macro, which displays the text “Hello World” on the screen.
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Geändert: 12.08.2004 Autor: Andrew Pitonyak
Hackers Guide 6.0: DBF, FPT, CDX, DBC - Hike!
HackFox6 S1C2.doc
The transition from the FoxPro 2.x model of the universe to the Visual FoxPro mindset was pretty revolutionary on a lot of fronts. While we cringe to use the hackneyed and overused term, the introduction of databases in Visual FoxPro was a major paradigm shift and one that took some getting used to. The introduction of the database container, local and remote views, vast improvements in client-server connectivity, and a slew of new data types, commands, and functions was mind-boggling. We'll try to give you an overview of the data changes here, and refer you to areas where you can get more information throughout the book.
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Faster Than a Speeding Bullet
HackFox6 S3C4.doc
Speed is where it's at. No client is going to pay you to make his app run slower. Fox Software's initial claim to fame was that FoxBASE (and later, FoxBASE+ and FoxPro) ran faster than its competitors. Fox's reputation for speed was well deserved. However, the speed gain has never been automatic. You have to do things right to make your code "run like the Fox."
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Introduction
HackFox6 Introduction.doc
Sample chapter overview and copyright information for Hackers Guide to Visual FoxPro 6.0
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Productive Debugging
HackFox6 S2C4.doc
Our programs run correctly the first time, every time. Yeah, right—if you believe that one, we have a bridge in Brooklyn we'd like to sell you. We figure we spend at least as much time debugging our programs as we do writing them in the first place. If your programs do run correctly the first time, every time, you can skip this part of the book. In fact, you should write a book and tell us how to do it. For the rest of you, we'll take a look at the kinds of errors that occur in programs, give you some ideas on how to root them out and show how VFP can aid your efforts.
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 6.0: Selected Readings
HackFox6 S4G.doc
S4G352 Readings on DELETE-SQL; S4G490 Readings on Container, Control; S4G738 Readings on SCCProvider; S4G759 Readings on ProgID.
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor, Ted Roche
Hackers Guide 7.0: But wait there is more
Hack7 Section 5.doc
We've sliced, we've diced, we've chopped Visual FoxPro into little pieces. But there's still more to say. A few features are so cool, they warrant their own chapters. This section goes into detail on the ActiveX technologies, the Object Browser and Component Gallery, Wizards and Builders, and IntelliSense, all of which provide opportunities for extending your use of VFP.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Franz and other lists
Hack7 Section 3.doc
Section 3 contains a bunch of stuff that didn't fit in anywhere else in the book. Most of it can be viewed as lists of one sort or another. You'll find our hardware recommendations, our opinionated list of useless commands to avoid, optimization tips, and a collection of weird items that make you think you've found a bug.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Introduction
Hack7 Introduction.doc
Dedicated to fostering the international communication of ideas, in the hopes of making the world a better place—now and for future generations.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Reference
Hack7 Section 4.doc
Section 4 is the meat of the book. You'll find a listing for every command, function, property, event, method and system variable. We've grouped them logically so that you can find several related topics in one place. For an explanation of the syntax we use for commands, see "How to Use This Book," back in the Introduction.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Resources
Hack7 Reference.doc
Here we are at the end of the book. But there are still a couple of things left to do. "Resource File" is a list of resources: books, periodicals, people and products. "What's in the Downloads" tells you what's available for download from this book.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Ship of Tools
Hack7 Section 2.doc
Section 2 discusses in brief the Power Tools—the key to using Visual FoxPro effectively. You'll find our favorite tips and tricks for using the Power Tools here, too, and an introduction to integrating source control with VFP development.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
Hackers Guide 7.0: Wow What a Concept!
Hack7 Section 1.doc
Section 1 introduces the major themes of Visual FoxPro, starting with its history and covering the fundamentals of each of its major sub-languages. Think of it as the "If it's Tuesday, this must be Belgium" Tour of Visual FoxPro.
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Geändert: 20.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, T.Roche, D.Hennig, D.Martin
How To: Wise for Windows Installer
DeployFoxAppB.pdf
Wise for Windows Installer is a powerful tool for creating Windows Installer-based setup packages. This appendix shows you how to use Wise for Windows Installer to create a setup package for a Visual FoxPro application.
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Geändert: 23.05.2004 Autor: R.Schummer, R.Borup, J.Adams
Improved Data Access in VFP8
Whats New in Visual FoxPro 8.0 Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 8 of Whats New in Visual FoxPro 8.0: Improved Data Access - There are several ways you can access non-VFP data (such as SQL Server or Oracle) in VFP applications: remote views, SQL Pass-Through, ADO, and XML. VFP 8 introduces an exciting new technology called CursorAdapter that makes accessing remote data much easier than it was in earlier versions.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Granor, Hennig
Integrating PDF Technology
MegaFox 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending Visual FoxPro Chapter 08.pdf
Sample Chapter 8 of MegaFox 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending Visual FoxPro: The Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Form (PDF) is proven technology that allows a Visual FoxPro developer to enhance the output generated by their custom applications. This chapter will show how you can integrate PDFs, extend the presentation of Visual FoxPro reports, and allow users to input data through PDF files into a Visual FoxPro application.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek
Intellisense in VFP 7.0
New 16.pdf
Um eine Sache haben VFP-Entwickler die Anwender anderer Entwicklungsumgebungen von Microsoft lange Zeit beneidet: um Intellisense. Mit VFP 7 ist diese Erweiterung der Produktivität auch hier verfügbar.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Intellisense in VFP7
Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0 Chapter 01.pdf
Sample Chapter 1 of Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0: Intellisense - One thing VFP developers have long envied in other Microsoft development environments is IntelliSense. In VFP 7, this great productivity enhancement is finally available.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Granor, Hennig, McNeish
Internet Application Technologies
Internet Applications with VFP Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Internet Applications with VFP: The first thing that you'll notice when starting to build Web applications is new terminology. Building Internet applications is more involved than building stand-alone applications because you have to deal with multiple environments simultaneously. With this additional complexity comes terminology. The bad news is that you have to become familiar with lots of three- and four-letter acronyms; the good news is that most of these technologies are easy to work with once you have a broad view of how they fit together. This chapter provides this broad overview. It talks about the technologies and information flow for distributed and Web applications, and discusses a number of the terms you need to know.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Rick Strahl
Introduction to Build Your Own Framework with Visual FoxPro
BuildFox01.pdf
Building an application framework is a challenging and rewarding experience. This book will teach you how to build your own framework by using examples while offering guidance.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Ken Chazotte
Introduction to the Visual FoxPro Report Writer
The Visual FoxPro Report Writer Chapter 01.pdf
Sample Chapter 1 of The Visual FoxPro Report Writer: Reports are key to a successful software application. It could even be argued that both commercial and custom applications can be judged by how well they generate output. After all, it doesn’t matter how efficiently the users can enter data, how much information the system can store, or how many complicated calculations the system can process if there’s no way to see the final outcome of all that work.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Cathy Pountney
Introduction to Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide
Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide Chapter Intro.pdf
Introduction to Visual FoxPro Certification Exam Study Guide: Congratulations on your decision to pursue Microsoft professional certification, and thanks for inviting us to come along! While the rest of this book is devoted to covering the knowledge you will need to pass the certification exams, we’ve devoted this introduction to an overview of the exams and the strategies you need to ensure your success.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Delay, Winegarden
Linux Transfer for Power Users
Linux Transfer for Power Users.doc
Major Linux distributions such as Red Hat, Mandrake and SuSE, among others, have released mature, full-featured versions suitable for day to day use on an average computer user's day to day computer, including not only a complete operating system but also a Microsoft Office-compatible application suite and a plethora of additional tools available for free download
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Geändert: 27.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Making Life Easier with Templates and Styles
OOo05.pdf
For most users, uniformity within and across documents is important. OpenOffice.org supports this need with styles that define a group of formatting characteristics and templates that combine styles with boilerplate text to form the basis for new documents.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Miscellanoues Tipps and Tricks
1001 Things You Wanted to Know about VFP Chapter 13.pdf
Sample Chapter 13 from 1001 Things You Wanted to Know about VFP with Tipps and Tricks about Debugging, Form design, Windows API and others: This chapter contains an assortment of useful tips and utilities that do not really belong in any one place but which may be useful in their own right from time to time. Enjoy!
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek
Mit Format- und Dokumentvorlagen die Arbeit vereinfachen
OOo Switch Kapitel 5 Vorlagen und Dokumentvorlagen.pdf
Für die meisten Anwender ist Einheitlichkeit innerhalb und zwischen verschiedenen Dokumenten sehr wichtig. OpenOffice.org kommt diesem Bedarf durch Formatvorlagen, die eine Gruppe von Formatierungseigenschaften definieren, sowie durch Dokumentvorlagen, in denen Formatvorlagen mit Textbausteinen vereint werden um die Grundlage für neue Dokumente zu bilden, entgegen.
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Geändert: 09.06.2004 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Multi-User Programming Issues in Visual FoxPro 3.0
Multiuser programming.doc
Visual FoxPro provides a wealth of new capabilities when it comes to handling multi-user contention issues. Let’s take a look at some of the basic approaches used to handle locking in the past, and then discuss what the new capabilities are and how they can b
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Geändert: 23.07.2003 Autor: Yair Alan Griver
OLE-Steuerelemente einsetzen am Beispiel von MAPI
06-02 OLE-Steuerelemente am Beispiel MAPI.doc
Anmelden, Registrieren und Einsetzen von OCX-Steuerelementen zeigt Ralf Gladis in seinem Buchauszug. Vielfältige Verwendungsmöglichkeiten ergeben sich durch den Einsatz von OCX-Steuerelementen; zum Beispiel kann man eMail aus seiner eigenen Anwendung mit MAPI versenden.
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Ralf Gladis
OOP Enhancements in VFP7
Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0 Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 6 of Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0: Object orientation is one of Visual FoxPro’s most powerful features. VFP 7 has a variety of improvements in this area, including new properties and methods, and even a pair of new events.
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Geändert: 19.11.2003 Autor: T.Granor, D.Hennig, K.McNeish
OOP Erweiterungen in VFP 7.0
New 17.pdf
Die Objektorientierung ist eines der mächtigsten Features von Visual FoxPro. VFP 7 enthält mehrere Verbesserungen in diesem Bereich, einschließlich neuer Eigenschaften und Methoden und auch einige neue Ereignisse.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Packaging the Installation
DeployFox03.pdf
Creating a professional installation package can be as important as creating the defect free software product it installs. It is the first impression you create with end users as they install your product on their computers for the first time. Creating a professional installation package takes preparation and planning.
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Geändert: 23.05.2004 Autor: R.Schummer, R.Borup, J.Adams
PowerPoint Advanced Features
Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro Chapter 11.pdf
Sample Chapter 11 of Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro: Once you build a basic presentation, your clients will soon be begging for more. Actually, some of these advanced features (like the Master Slide feature) can be so helpful, you’ll want to use them right away. Others, like animations and transitions, are fun to watch (and program). Used judiciously, these will dazzle your clients!
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor
Previewing the Report at Runtime
CR12_09NMpdf1.pdf
Previewing a report is probably what users do most and Crystal Reports provides excellent preview capabilities for your application.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Craig Berntson
Programmieren des API
06-01 Programmieren des API.doc
Suchen, Einbinden, Deklarieren und Aufrufen von API-Funktionen zeigt Ralf Gladis in seinem Buchauszug. Vielfältige Verwendungsmöglichkeiten ergeben sich durch den Einsatz von Windows-API-Funktionen; zum Beispiel kann man seine eigene Anwendung als vorderstes Fenster setzen.
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Ralf Gladis
Project Planning for building your own framework
BuildFox02.pdf
Framework development is a complex activity requiring thousands of decisions. Taking the time to formulate your expectations and plan your development efforts is essential to successfully completing a framework. In this chapter, I’ll highlight the key documents that will help you organize and plan your framework.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Ken Chazotte
Quality Ensurance
Debugging Visual FoxPro Applications Chapter 01.pdf
Sample Chapter 01 Debugging Visual FoxPro Applications: Debugging is just about everybody’s least favorite activity. On the other hand, a lot of time and money goes into debugging. Rarely is it possible to estimate accurately how long debugging will take, and generally project management systems fail to capture debugging time. Thus, it bears discussing how debugging fits into the project lifecycle, and to examine whether the task of debugging is necessary.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Nancy Folsom
Release and Post-Release Tips
DeployFox08.pdf
Release day is finally here! The process of moving an application into production is the end of a long road traveled. Depending on the project, you might spend hours, weeks, months, or even years of blood, sweat, and tears getting ready for this big event. Now the light at the end of the tunnel approaches. Is it the sun at the end of the tunnel or a freight train about to run you over? Deploying a project into production can go smoothly, or not, depending on the planning and attention to detail.
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Geändert: 23.05.2004 Autor: R.Schummer, R.Borup, J.Adams
Report Variables
The Visual FoxPro Report Writer Chapter 08.pdf
Sample Chapter 8 of The Visual FoxPro Report Writer: Variables are essential to developing software. It would be impossible to create a practical application without them. Reports are no different! There are many situations when variables are essential to developing reports. You might need a variable to count the number of lines on a page or to track the total sales amount for each customer. Perhaps, you need to count the number of customers for each Sales Rep. Whatever the reason, the Visual FoxPro Report Writer provides a mechanism for creating and maintaining variables within a report.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Cathy Pountney
Rezension FoxTales
11-02-23 Rezension FoxTales.pdf
Viel ist über die Auseinandersetzungen zwischen Softwareunternehmen auf dem Markt geschrieben worden. FoxTales ist die Geschichte einer solchen Auseinandersetzung aus der Sicht eines Fußsoldaten mit dem Untertitel Behind the Scenes at Fox Software.
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Geändert: 16.12.2003 Autor: Mathias Gronau
Sample Chapter 04 - A Visual Basic.NET framework
Sample Chapter 4 - A Visual Basic.NET framework.pdf
Sample Chapter from Les Pinters booktitle "From Visual FoxPro to Visual Basic". In this chapter, we’ll build a simple application framework for Visual Basic .NET forms applications that use SQL Server. You’ll see how object-oriented techniques can greatly reduce development time and cost, and simplify your job. If you thought Visual Basic .NET was a lot harder than Visual FoxPro, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
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Geändert: 15.09.2004 Autor: Les Pinter
Sample Chapter 4 Data Buffering
VFP_Lulu_2_Preview.doc
Sample Chapter of the new book Visual FoxPro 9 for Developers by Michael Cummings.
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Geändert: 06.09.2005 Autor: Michael Cummings
SourceSafe in Theory and Practice
Essential SourceSafe Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Essential SourceSafe: So far, Chapter 1, “Visual SourceSafe Installation,” helped you install Visual SourceSafe and configure it. This chapter looks at what SourceSafe does for you—how it stores information, how it presents your projects, and how you can check files in and out and track changes. This chapter explains what SourceSafe is doing with operations named checkout, check in, difference, branch, pin and merge. In this chapter, you get to run the Visual SourceSafe client, also called the Explorer, create a sample project and source code, and exercise the functions made available through the VSS Explorer interface. The last portion of this chapter reviews each of the dialogs presented by SourceSafe, pointing out important features and hazards.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Ted Roche
The Office Servers
Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Microsoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro: Learning about the Office servers is a challenging task, but there are a variety of approaches, tools, and resources available. Certain features of the Office applications, like collections, are common to all of them—mastering them up front will pay off fast.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Tamar Granor
The Toolbox in VFP8
Whats New in Visual FoxPro 8.0 Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of Whats New in Visual FoxPro 8.0: It seems every new version of Visual FoxPro introduces some new tools. VFP 8 brings three of them, all written in VFP itself. This chapter looks at the Toolbox, which provides a new way to access controls and much more.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Granor, Hennig
The Visual FoxPro Object Model
The Visual FoxPro Object Model.doc
The Visual Foxpro object model is based on a strong foundation of object-oriented principles. User defined classes, protected class members, inheritance, - everything you would expect to find in a robust object model.
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Geändert: 23.07.2003 Autor: Yair Alan Griver
The Visual FoxPro Object Model
The Visual FoxPro Object Model.doc
The Visual Foxpro object model is based on a strong foundation of object-oriented principles. User defined classes, protected class members, inheritance, - everything you would expect to find in a robust object model. The model includes a set of built-in classes that you use as a basis for creating your own classes. These built-in classes are called base classes.
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Geändert: 15.02.2003 Autor: Yair Alan Griver
Three-Tiered Development
Advanced Object Oriented Programming with VFP Chapter 09.pdf
Sample Chapter 09 Advanced Object Oriented Programming with VFP: Lately there's been a lot of hype about three-tiered development. The main idea is to split applications into different layers—the interface, the business logic and the data back end. Many people tout three-tiered development as the best thing since sliced bread. While it can't cure world hunger, it definitely helps me a great deal in my development efforts.
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Geändert: 15.05.2004 Autor: Markus Egger
Using VFP’s Object-Oriented Tools
Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation Chapter 10.pdf
Sample Chapter 10 Fundamentals Building Visual Studio Apps on a VFP Foundation: Next to SQL, the most wonderful feature of Visual FoxPro is its implementation of object-oriented programming. To skip this chapter would be one of the biggest mistakes of your programming life. In this chapter I’m going to show you what object-oriented programming is, with examples that will make sense to you, a database programmer; how VFP’s object-oriented tools work; and how to incorporate them into the forms that you’ve already learned how to build. Finally, I’ll set you up with your own set of baseclasses that you can use to start building real-world applications—today.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Whil Hentzen
VFE Business Objects
Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress Chapter 06.pdf
Sample Chapter 06 Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress: The business object is the worker bee of your application. This is the class that models each entity in your application and encapsulates the rules and processes defined by or for that entity. Most of your processing and rules code will be placed into a business object class.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Bob Archer, Dan Jurden
VFE Outputting Data
Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress Chapter 18.pdf
Sample Chapter 18 Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress: The main purpose of most business applications is to collect data and produce information. The most common way of returning the information is in the form of reports. The data might also need to be inserted into a spreadsheet or other format, which would allow further analysis by the user to produce the required information. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at how to accomplish all of this.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Bob Archer, Dan Jurden
VFE’s IDE
Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress Chapter 03.pdf
Sample Chapter 03 Creating Visual FoxPro Apps with Visual FoxExpress: In this chapter, we will take a brief look at the elements of VFE’s Integrated Development Environment. If you think of VFE as consisting of two major pieces — the toolbox and the building materials — the IDE would be the toolbox.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Bob Archer, Dan Jurden
VFP MCP Study Guide – COM-Server
10-05 VFP MCP Study Guide Kapitel 6.doc
Dieser Abschnitt führt Sie in die Grundlagen der COM-Server-Erstellung mitsamt der Fehlerbehandlung sowie der Integration sowohl in den Microsoft Transaktion Server als auch in die VFP Komponentengalerie ein.
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Cindy Winegarden & Evan Delay
VFP MCP Study Guide – Datenmodellierung
10-04 VFP MCP Study Guide Kapitel 2.doc
Der zweite Abschnitt des MCP Study Guide behandelt das logische Datenmodell incl. der Normalisierungsregeln als Basis für die korrekte Aufteilung der abzubildenden Da-ten auf die Tabellen. Die Regeln zur Normalisierung sind die unbestrittene Basis jedes relationalen Datenbankdesigns und werden in diesem Ausschnitt kompakt dargestellt
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Cindy Winegarden & Evan Delay
Visual Extend 8.0 Handbuchcover
VFX_Visual_Extend_8_Cover.pdf
Umschlagscover in der blauen Variante zum gedruckten deutschen Handbuch von Visual Extend 8.0
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Geändert: 25.03.2005 Autor: Kent Gerber
Visual FoxPro and Client/Server Development
Visual FoxPro and Client Server Development.doc
With the release of Visual FoxPro™, Microsoft® has moved FoxPro® into the forefront of client/server front ends. Visual FoxPro includes numerous ways of accessing back-end information, and in concert with its very fast local database engine and data dictionary, it provides one of the best options for serious client/server development. This article will review the capabilities built into Visual FoxPro, touching on when each capability may be used.
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Geändert: 15.02.2003 Autor: Yair Alan Griver
Visual FoxPro Certification Exams Study Guide
11-02-07 Visual FoxPro Certification Exams Study Guide.doc
Behandelt sowohl die Prüfung für Desktop- als auch für verteilte Anwendungen in einem Buch!
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Geändert: 18.07.2005 Autor: Von Cindy Winegarden und Evan Delay
Visual FoxPro for Client/Server Development
ClientServer Apps with VFP and SQL Server Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 02 ClientServer Apps with VFP and SQL Server: After reading Chapter 1, you should have a good understanding of what makes client/server databases different and why you might want to use them. But the $64,000 question is: Why would you use Visual FoxPro to develop your client/server applications? This chapter will answer that question for you, the developer, and provide answers that you can give if your clients ask this question.
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Geändert: 15.11.2003 Autor: Urwiler, DeWitt
Visual Studio .NET
NET for VFP Developers Chapter 02.pdf
Sample Chapter 2 of .NET for VFP developers: Visual Studio .NET is the latest incarnation of Microsoft’s suite of software development tools. The VS .NET team has done a great job of providing a top-notch experience for the developer regardless of the .NET language you use. This chapter takes you on a tour of VS .NET, familiarizing you with its features so you can get up and running quickly.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Kevin McNeish
WebConnect: Extending the Framework
WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection Chapter 16.pdf
Sample Chapter 16 of WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection: How to extend the framework. Once you have become comfortable with the basics, it is time again for new challenges. Extending the Web Connection framework classes and creating some of your own classes can significantly improve both your productivity and the quality of your applications.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Chattaway, Pearson, Hentzen
WebConnect: How a Web Page Works
WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection Chapter 09.pdf
Sample Chapter 9 of WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection: The language used on a Web page is HyperText Markup Language, or HTML. Hypertext is the part of the Web that allows for the linking together of Web content through the use of clickable “hyperlinks.” The markup language defines the document form. Remember back in grade school getting an essay back, “marked up” with symbols stating that an item should be capitalized, or a new paragraph should begin here? Well, that is pretty much what HTML does for a Web page. In this chapter I will cover what makes up a well formed Web page, what the different sections are, how to use JavaScript for form validations, and how Web Connection can process a page that contains embedded expressions.
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Geändert: 28.08.2008 Autor: Chattaway, Pearson, Hentzen
WebService in VFP7
Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0 Chapter 15.pdf
Sample Chapter 15 of Whats New in Visual FoxPro 7.0: WebServices. The next generation of Web applications involves the use of Web Services. Visual FoxPro 7’s new built-in XML capabilities and Web Services extensions make it easy to create Web Services that can be accessed from anywhere on the Internet.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Granor, Hennig, McNeish
Whats not so obvious
Advanced Object Oriented Programming with VFP Chapter 03.pdf
Sample Chapter 03 from Advanced Object Oriented Programming with VFP: So far we have discussed all major object-oriented concepts and how they are implemented in Visual FoxPro. However, Visual FoxPro supports a couple of features you won't find in other object-oriented languages. This chapter gives us the chance to discuss these and other issues that aren't as obvious as they might seem.
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Markus Egger
Working with Graphs and Charts
OOo10.pdf
Most people understand information better when presented as a graph or chart than when they look at the raw data. Calc has the ability to graph data in a variety of ways and offers a wizard-type interface to guide you.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Your First Web Connection Application
WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection Chapter 04.pdf
Sample Chapter 4 WebRAD Building Database Apps on the Web with Web Connection: Once you’ve got the Web Connection demo running, you’re probably all anxious to do your own thing. In this chapter, I’ll show you how to create your first Web Connection application, how to run and test it, how to start modifying code, and, gasp, even how to access data!
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Geändert: 27.04.2003 Autor: Chattaway, Pearson, Hentzen