A recent discovery for me was a quick way to open the explorer.
Put the insertion point in the method editor on an empty line and press
Douglas von Roeder
On Fri, May 26, 2017 at 6:06 PM, Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech <
can result in:
[table_1]Field_1 := Sequence Number
it is amazing how short a line of code can be, before it is expanded
- then you have to go back and ad the '\' to make it readable. :)
You can use the @ to shortcut any tokenizable item. Commands, tables, fields,
In honor of National Take-a-Penny/Leave-a-Penny Day, I thought it would be
nice to start a thread to collect people's favorite 4D tricks and keystroke
combos. How this came up is that Wayne Stewart and I recently joined Damon
Carley in giving some presentations in Sydney and New Zealand. One of
is the file in pem format?
some agencies issue p12 or even der certificates.
> 2017/05/27 3:07、David Ringsmuth via 4D_Tech <email@example.com> のメール：
> We just installed a new cert.pem from QualitySSL.
> I’ve evaluated the cert.pem
4D Server v15.4
Windows Server 2016
We just installed a new cert.pem from QualitySSL.
I’ve evaluated the cert.pem with my openSSL tools and verified its good, and
the modulus matches the key.pem.
4D Server is showing 443 open, active, but is not responding to any requests.
XC2 Software LLC
From: 4D_Tech [mailto:4d_tech-boun...@lists.4d.com] On Behalf Of Keisuke Miyako
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 12:08 AM
To: 4D iNug Technical <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Keisuke Miyako
In v 13.x, when a client 'loses a connection' to 4D Server due to a network
interruption of some sort, 4D.exe will display and dialog which includes a
"Restart" button. When "Restart" is clicked 4D.exe relaunches and auto-logs in
using the same credentials (or maybe it is just using the 4DLink
it might be an early edition of this component:
originally a 2011 Summit presentation
> 2017/05/26 10:05、Randy Engle via 4D_Tech <email@example.com> のメール：
> I suppose I'm missing something obvious...
> Within an object "created":"2014-02-01T09:28:56"
> OB Get is returning the correct date with:
> OB Get($OBGenInfo;"created";Is date) with
> But, time always returns ?00:00:02? using:
> OB Get($OBGenInfo;"created";Is time)
> Or is the time
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