Re: [Warning] Settings properties values on object field by object notation

2017-11-02 Thread James Crate via 4D_Tech
On Oct 31, 2017, at 10:32 PM, Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > but that's not how references work. > > for example, imagine a method that does this: > > // myMethod > C_OBJECT($0) > $0:=[myTable]myField > > it is possible to do something like this: > >

Re: [Warning] Settings properties values on object field by object notation

2017-11-02 Thread James Crate via 4D_Tech
On Oct 31, 2017, at 9:17 PM, Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > but objects are references, so it is possible to modify the field without > "touching" it. > the object notation is one way to do that. > but it is also possible using classic coding, > whereby you obtain a

Re: Working with a 64 bit Integer in an object

2017-11-02 Thread Justin Leavens via 4D_Tech
Keisuke Miyako wrote > it seems correct that a number is mapped to real, according to JSON > specification > ... > > if you must exchange Int64, I think it is the responsibility of the sender > to use string. > >> 2017/11/03 3:56、Justin Leavens via 4D_Tech < > 4d_tech@.4d >> のメール: >>

RE: v13 - LEP and windows commands

2017-11-02 Thread Timothy Penner via 4D_Tech
> there really isn’t a file named dir on your computer. Search for dir.exe or > dir.com; you won’t find it. Instead, dir is actually a command built into the > command shell (cmd.exe or command.exe, depending on the version of Windows > you are running). That means dir is available only when

Re: Working with a 64 bit Integer in an object

2017-11-02 Thread Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech
it seems correct that a number is mapped to real, according to JSON specification > number > int > int frac > int exp > int frac exp > int > digit > digit1-9 digits > - digit > - digit1-9 digits > frac > . digits > exp > e digits > digits > digit > digit digits > e > e > e+ > e- > E > E+ > E-

Re: v13 - LEP and windows commands

2017-11-02 Thread Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech
this may explain: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2004/08/10/how-can-i-call-the-dir-command/ quote > there really isn’t a file named dir on your computer. Search for dir.exe or > dir.com; you won’t find it. Instead, dir is actually a command built into the > command shell

v13 - LEP and windows commands

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
I am unable to get LEP to function on windows . I can not get any of the following commands to return any value other then the directory path to either the database, or 4D executable, where is a valid DOS pathname. Dir /S Dir xCopy /H /E Copy It does not matter if I enclose the path in

Error 10071 - 4D Internet Commands

2017-11-02 Thread John S. Poteat via 4D_Tech
Hi Guys, My application that logs into a IMAP Server to bring email into the 4D Database has started reporting Error 10071 - TCP session was closed by the server. At first we thought this might be a password problem since the mail server was telling us the password for the account we are using

RE: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
except: Windows security issues On a related topic... Keisuke sent me a link to a plugin. I can not get the plugin to be recognized Plugin is in the folder "plugins" inside the database package. I have re loaded the database. what am I missing? On Thu, 02 Nov 2017 14:08:54 -0500, Tim

Re: Working with a 64 bit Integer in an object

2017-11-02 Thread Justin Leavens via 4D_Tech
4D Tech mailing list wrote > Yeah, if 4D isn't working, try NTK. In either case, if you can get at the > value as raw text then you'll be able to find text --> 64-bit conversion > code. The question in 4D at that point is how to store it. I know it's a > field type, but can you touch it with

RE: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
Thanks - I thought about sticking it into a folder somewhere and doing basically that - BUT this code is going to be part of a component... On Thu, 2 Nov 2017 17:10:34 +, Epperlein, Lutz (agendo) via 4D_Tech wrote: > Regarding 'du' on Windows: > You don't need to install it on the client

RE: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Epperlein, Lutz (agendo) via 4D_Tech
Regarding 'du' on Windows: You don't need to install it on the client machine. Only copy the du.exe in an accessible directory with 4D means and run it with LEP. Of course it is an .exe file, maybe some security software will stop the execution. Only my 2 cents Regards Lutz > -Original

Re: NTK plugin installed but not recognizing commands on client using server

2017-11-02 Thread Michael Ferguson via 4D_Tech
Thanks Doug, Seems strange. The application runs fine in standalone with NTK in demo mode, but the problem appears on using a client. Might be a licensing issue even if the register command returns 1 valid. Using NTK 3.1 with v13. Michael > On Nov 2, 2017, at 9:39 AM, Douglas von Roeder via

RE: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
Thanks for the link to DU for Windows, but in this instance the software will not be on machines I control... so an additional piece of software (outside of 4D, plugins are OK) does not work. On Thu, 2 Nov 2017 16:21:14 +, Timothy Penner via 4D_Tech wrote: > I was going to suggest using

Re: NTK plugin installed but not recognizing commands on client using server

2017-11-02 Thread Douglas von Roeder via 4D_Tech
Michael: The content of the plugins folder is read when the application launches (server or mono). -- Douglas von Roeder 949-336-2902 On Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 9:33 AM, Michael Ferguson via 4D_Tech < 4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > Hi, > > The license is properly installed and it is recognized in

NTK plugin installed but not recognizing commands on client using server

2017-11-02 Thread Michael Ferguson via 4D_Tech
Hi, The license is properly installed and it is recognized in the Explorer, but from the client none of the NTK commands are recognized. Is this because a re-download of resources, etc., has to forced to the clients? Thanks, Michael Ferguson MyOfficeLink.com

RE: open gmail in browser from 4D

2017-11-02 Thread Epperlein, Lutz (agendo) via 4D_Tech
> open url(“mailto:some mail”;"https://mail.google.com/“) Of course this doesn't work. The second parameter is called appName according the docs (http://doc.4d.com/4Dv15/4D/15.5/OPEN-URL.301-3576781.en.html). 4D will use the local system to search for such an app. "https://mail.google.com/“

RE: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Timothy Penner via 4D_Tech
I was going to suggest using the 'du' command on macOS: https://developer.apple.com/legacy/library/documentation/Darwin/Reference/ManPages/man1/du.1.html On windows, you can get the 'du' command from Microsoft/Sysinternals and call it from the resources folder:

RE: [Warning] Settings properties values on object field by object notation

2017-11-02 Thread Timothy Penner via 4D_Tech
Hi Bernd, > Problem is: how does the public find that forum? Sorry - I was wrong about the public visibility of that particular subforum. It does appear to require a login, any user account should work (it does not need to be a partner). Once you have logged in to the forums you can find the

Re: open gmail in browser from 4D

2017-11-02 Thread Charles Miller via 4D_Tech
Good try but no. I want to open a new mail message from inside a 4D application. When I enter open url(“mailto:some mail”;"https://mail.google.com/“) it still opens my default email program. I tried downloading the gmail application but that does the same thing. Regards Chuck On Wed, Nov 1,

Re: Web Preferences Change on 15.5

2017-11-02 Thread Doug Hall via 4D_Tech
Thank you. This will help tremendously. I had read references to "User Settings" before, but did not make the connection. Thanks for pointing me right where I needed to go. Doug On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 9:36 PM, Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech < 4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > Hello, > > my

Re: [Warning] Settings properties values on object field by object notation

2017-11-02 Thread Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech
+1 - all of it On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 9:56 PM, David Adams via 4D_Tech < 4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > Thanks to TIm and Brian for responding here, always appreciated. > > There is no lack of clarity from 4D that the official channel is to post on > the forums. Before that, it was bugs.4d.fr.

Re: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
I have not yet looked at the plugin, but my idea was to let the OS handle directory size calculations, on both platforms. on Mac/Unix du -c returns text which looks something like this (desktop folder size): 10472072/Users//Desktop/ 27426552 /Users//Desktop as I understand the DOS

Re: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech
WOW! Great! Thanks! Chip > I looked up the internet, it turns out we really have to traverse the > directory tree... > given the atomic nature of LEP, it might not be the best way to > calculate the total size of files in a folder. > > here is plugin with an option to abort: > >

Re: v13 - LEP and MS-DOS command line

2017-11-02 Thread Keisuke Miyako via 4D_Tech
I looked up the internet, it turns out we really have to traverse the directory tree... given the atomic nature of LEP, it might not be the best way to calculate the total size of files in a folder. here is plugin with an option to abort: https://github.com/miyako/4d-plugin-get-folder-size

Re: [Warning] Settings properties values on object field by object notation

2017-11-02 Thread Alan Chan via 4D_Tech
I am not challenging how 4D feature request should be working. I'm just wondering if 4D support folks file the request with the link to this thread like http://4d.1045681.n5.nabble.com/Warning-Settings-properties-values-on-object-field-by-object-notation-td5755088.html and