when you copy multiple tables in the structure editor,
you get the table as well as the relation.
pasting it back to the structure editor removes all ancillaries such as indexes
but the plugin entry-point allows you to re-create them.
A client using V12.5 is starting to adopt Windows 10 and has asked about
going to V12.6 since the newer version, apparently, resolves "the Windows
10 tiny print problem that 12.5 has."
The Cert Matrix for 12.6 states that 12.6 is "not compatible" with 8.1 and
does not list Win 10.
Is 12.6 OK to
I also thought the discussion on subforms was excellent too. I have to admit
that I've never even looked at them, but they are definitely a game-changer as
well. So, not a new feature but definitely new to me.
> On Apr 5, 2017, at 5:49 PM, David Adams via
Thanks for posting about the show, it sounds like a really solid couple of
days. Likewise to all of the other, similar posts here today.
I noticed as a theme a lot of excitement about CALL FORM and CALL WORKER.
I'm pretty stoked about them and would really appreciate hearing from
people how they
It's a shame that Geonames.org could not develop further. Has a very simple
web service API but does not go beyond city names.
I will have a closer look at the google pricing - I thought I was well
within the threshold
Thanks for your tips and posts as always.
On Thu, 6 Apr 2017 at 12:50 am,
I got a laugh out of this post, and although not sure why, it reminded me of a
quote I like to use a lot:
"I'm not here, I've gone to look for myself. Should I return before I get
back, tell me to wait!"
Stephen J. Orth
Tim Nevels via 4D_Tech wrote:
>I am doing a test because the last few posts to the iNUG have not
>appeared in the digest email that I receive.
If it comes in, I'll tell you.
Yes, your post is showing-up.
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 1:52 PM, Tim Nevels via 4D_Tech <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I am doing a test because the last few posts to the iNUG have not appeared
> in the digest email that I receive.
> This is a test.
Please don't use the digest for checking if your email is sent/received. The
digest can be delayed for up to 24 hours because the digest is only sent out
after either 10 messages or at the end of the day. So if we only get 9 messages
on a day then the digest would be sent at midnight.
I am doing a test because the last few posts to the iNUG have not appeared in
the digest email that I receive.
This is a test.
On 5 Apr 2017, at 19:52, Jeffrey Kain via 4D_Tech <email@example.com> wrote:
> If it was my personal money, I'd probably find a used MacBook Pro from 2014
> or 2015, fully loaded. If the purchase is part of a budget, I'd wait for the
> forthcoming "Kaby Lake" revision to the MacBook Pro
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 2:26 PM, Lee Hinde via 4D_Tech <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I don’t even recognize the guy in the mirror.
How could you that guy is me;)
Chuck Miller Voice: (617)
Yeah, what he said.
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 10:52 AM, Jeffrey Kain via 4D_Tech <
> If it was my personal money, I'd probably find a used MacBook Pro from
> 2014 or 2015, fully loaded. If the purchase is part of a budget, I'd wait
> for the forthcoming "Kaby Lake"
If it was my personal money, I'd probably find a used MacBook Pro from 2014 or
2015, fully loaded. If the purchase is part of a budget, I'd wait for the
forthcoming "Kaby Lake" revision to the MacBook Pro along with a dock/hub.
I have the entry level 2014 13" MBP with "only" 2 cores and 8
That’s the laptop I bought after the 2016 announcement. I.e., the one before.
I also havne’t upgraded to Sierra. Sometimes I don’t even recognize the guy in
> On Apr 5, 2017, at 11:05 AM, Chuck Miller via 4D_Tech <email@example.com>
> I just purchased the following:
I just purchased the following:
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
Processor 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7
memory 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB
I had a similar tricked out 2011 machine (16 gig ram, 1 terabyte SSD, replaced
dvd with 240 Gig sad).
I am really happy with this
I highly recommend going to the 4D world tour. There is always at least 1
tidbit that you walk away from events like this that makes the whole trip
worthwhile and JPR and Add are both fantastic presenters with tons of valuable
So if you are on the fence, get off the fence and sign
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 7:40 AM, Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech <
> have you tried...
> WEB GET HTTP BODY($body)
> it might work if you are lucky...
I did and I'm not. In this case it looks like it's undocumented because it
doesn't work. In v15
Agreed - very glad I went also.
This was a really good seminar. I hadn't been to a World Tour before -- JPR,
Add, and everyone from 4D were great. A lot is changing very quickly in 4D, and
JPR said v16 is just a stepping stone to what's coming.
Now is not the time to fall behind...
The 4D World Tour 2017 just breezed through Chicago and it's got me
thinking about how our user interface is designed. So much has been added
over the last few versions and there is so little time to explore and
understand them all yourself. If you are at all serious about your 4D
I just saw the 4D World Tour 2017 Day 2 State-of-the-art training presentation
Jean-Pierre Ribreau and Add Komoncharoensiri did a great job explaining and
demonstrating many recent changes to 4D.
I am currently reviewing my notes, and going over the documentation and
I have not implemented this, but I'm contemplating it for a component that
would need to initially create some table structure in the host component. If
you want to export/import a subset of tables, it seems not too hard to export
the XML structure and then parse it to create a new
A couple of things about addresses to be aware of when using google. First
is google doesn't validate an address. Think navigation. If my primary
interest is getting TO a place I'm not worried about delivering the mail or
whether the address is correct. I only care about figuring out where
Thanks very much for pointing me in the right direction.
Let me share how I've got this working. It's better but still feels a
var postData = JSON.stringify(woData);
Thanks for that suggestion.
I tried that but in a complex structure it’s quite a footery and unsystematic
process. You’ve got to identify tag blocks indirectly by UUID and so on and I
found it didn’t save much time over just redrawing the relations manually. It
probably works better
You could export the XML structure definition and then edit it to only include
the tables and relations you want. Then import it into the target structure.
John DeSoi, Ph.D.
> On Apr 5, 2017, at 5:34 AM, Peter Jakobsson via 4D_Tech
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Let’s say you have a
Is there a (smart) way to set rounded borders to fields and variables on a form?
In other apps I am seeing the use of rounded borders for fields a lot.
I know I can set border to none and put a rounded rectangle beneath, but I was
hoping for something easier.
Also, I often see fields
I visited this subject a few years ago and was wondering what people prefer to
do in this situation.
Let’s say you have a group of tables with complex relations. You want to copy
them from one structure to another as a coherent block, retaining the relations.
What’s the best way ?
Thanks for the insight. I think i might try that-day 2 and half already of
this! Hopefully the compile with ‘all vars are declared should show me what is
not declared(!)…i would love to be able to run my code(which i spoke about on
here) that now auto sets the declarations of variables
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