Is there a way you can find out how many lists there are?
I'm looking at a system where they use HLists as sort of objects. Storing
things in the "object" as list item parameters.
I'd like to check that they are being cleared correctly.
FORM LOAD simply loads the form definition.
the data source (variables and arrays) are not bound automatically in print.
you need to populate the objects by their names:
SET PRINT PREVIEW(True)
OPEN PRINTING JOB
$aA:=OBJECT Get pointer(Object named;"Column1")
I never collapse/expand the sections…
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 2:04 PM, Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech <email@example.com>
> Um - does this mean no one else is seeing this behavior?
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Well that explains why no one else seems to miss it...
I find it really handy to tighten the list when working with objects and
On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 2:08 PM, Jody Bevan via 4D_Tech <
> I didn’t know about this shortcut either. Never tried it before - or
I didn’t know about this shortcut either. Never tried it before - or now.
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 3:06 PM, Jeffrey Kain via 4D_Tech <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Never knew about this shortcut...
> Jeffrey Kain
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 5:04 PM, Kirk Brooks
Never knew about this shortcut...
On Aug 14, 2017, at 5:04 PM, Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech <email@example.com>
>> In prior versions when working with a form and the Property List is
>> displayed I could show/hide all panes on the list by holding
Um - does this mean no one else is seeing this behavior?
Any thoughts about why it is happening on my machines?
On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 3:34 PM, Kirk Brooks wrote:
> In prior versions when working with a form and the Property List is
> displayed I could show/hide all
I did not mean to miss your point, but the following does not work when called
from within the component either. The code I uploaded has it outside the print
job. All variations have worked when used in the matrix structure.
OPEN PRINTING JOB
One correction - the Listbox appears when I use the Name. (The component built
in an unused location when I tested your suggestion)
The listbox already appears in the current form, and does print as expected.
However when the app is compiled as a component, and its method called from the
I am not sure I understand your code;
are you not supposed to populate the arrays AFTER you call FORM LOAD (unless
the listbox already exists in the current form) ?
> 2017/08/14 23:29、Keith Culotta via 4D_Tech <firstname.lastname@example.org> のメール：
> I tried with the name as well. It works that way
This gave me some good ideas!
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You could have a background process on 4D server that periodically pings
the web server. Or makes an http call to it. I use a service to monitor
server status that relies on this approach. This will also raise a flag if
the server is un-available for some reason even if it is running.
The next meeting of the Montreal 4D Club will be held Wednesday August 16th at
The schedule for the next meeting is as follows:
- Open meeting. Bring your questions and presentations.
End of the meeting
We usually end up at some sort of restaurant after each
When running 4D Server behind a proxy server (nginx), does 4D Server consider
all of the requests from the proxy server to be from the same connection? The
proxy server shows only 1 process ID.
With between 500 and 2000 requests per second from the proxy server, what is
the recommend setting
I tried with the name as well. It works that way too, but not when run as a
SET PRINT PREVIEW(True)
APPEND TO ARRAY(aA;$i)
APPEND TO ARRAY(aB;"Text"+String($i))
I'm looking for a way to get a notification when a backup error is
triggered. Is there a way that i can follow to make a custom code
that advertise me when this event comes up?
4D Internet Users
>Like to hear what other alternatives any of you have implemented to make sure
>4DRemote as Web server is always operational.
I had once a 24/7 online payment system running for a customer. We had three 4D
Server (all windows), each one (potentially) serving directly the web, with
I’m doing a similar thing, but a little more sophisticated...
From my 4D ‘to be watched’ processes, I write the last date and time of
execution. Then I have a watchdog AppleScript which checks the datetime and
sends an email if something is wrong.
Finally a crontab entry launches
I run client webserver on windows and use nssm to run client as a service.
Works great. Dont run any methods to keep activity up stays connected all
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