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Re: Can anyone convert magic 9 MFF back to MCF? willing to pay

Keith Canniff
 

MSE (Israel) can and has done so for me in the past. Must sign a number of documents to tease thier liability.

Keith


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Subject: [magicu-l] Can anyone convert magic 9 MFF back to MCF? willing to pay
 
can anyone convert magic 9 MFF to MCF?
I'm willing to pay for the service
its legal since the developer is deceased unfortunately.
Azriel


Can anyone convert magic 9 MFF back to MCF? willing to pay

עזריאל ארד
 

can anyone convert magic 9 MFF to MCF?
I'm willing to pay for the service
its legal since the developer is deceased unfortunately.
Azriel


Re: Magic v 9.4 With Oracle 11 or oracle 12

sherman levine
 

Anton,
Once this is executed, I can define the datetime field in Magic as 19 character text, and Magic then reads and writes the field properly (assuming you format the date time string properly)
Sherm


On 12/14/2020 12:45 PM, Anton Doank wrote:
thanks for your information sherm

regards

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020, 7:47 PM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:

Turned out that I had the same issue using SQLPlus.

Solved by executing

ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'

Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:35 AM, sherman levine wrote:
Anton,
Not under my control.
I'm reading somebody else's database, and they have a datetime field (in UNIX epoch format)
Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:21 AM, Anton Doank wrote:

i put in magic as date format sherm, i separate date and time in two columb. thats what i do

regards

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020, 7:54 PM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:
Thank you.

How do you deal with datetime fields in Oracle / M94?

For MSSQL, I define them in Magic as 19 character text, and they appear as YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

If I do that in Oracle, I just see the date as DD MMM YY

Sherm


On 10/13/2020 12:51 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
sory for late response sherm..yes we should use 32 bit to  running

On Tue, Oct 13, 2020, 5:58 AM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:

Tried it. Answer is yes.

Sherm


On 10/12/2020 12:51 PM, sherman levine via groups.io wrote:
Anton,
Is that the "Oracle database 12c release 2 client (12.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) ?
Thank you
Sherm


On 5/4/2020 5:09 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
solved, i downgrade to oracle 12c 32bit and problem solved

thanks

Pada tanggal Sen, 4 Mei 2020 pukul 14.31 Anton Doank via groups.io <anton.khansa=gmail.com@groups.io> menulis:
hi all,
i am trying magic 9.4 sp7 with oracle 12c but there is error that say error failed to load driver mgora8.dll is not loaded. anyone can help me solve this error?iam running magic 9.4 sp7a on windows server 2012 with oracle 12c.

regards,
Ant

Pada tanggal Kam, 10 Mei 2018 pukul 03.10 Frigyesi Viktória <fv@...> menulis:
Hi,

We have 3 applications in 9.4 running with 12g on win10 64bit.
No issues yet.

Frigyesi Viktória

Alkalmazás fejlesztő
BIFOR Informatikai Kft.

2310 Szigetszentmiklós
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Mobil: +36 30 274 8863



On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:58 PM +0200, "Anton Doank" <anton.khansa@...> wrote:

Hi All,
this is my first post in this new magic group , can magic 9.4 use oracle version 11 or oracle version 12? currently iam using magic 9.4 with oracle 10g its fine and work, now i want to upgrade my oracle to 11g or 12g and  its wont work. i think its because ora8.dll isit true? , anyone have experience using it with oracle 11 or 12?how to make it work?

regards
Anton







Re: Magic v 9.4 With Oracle 11 or oracle 12

Anton Doank
 

thanks for your information sherm

regards

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020, 7:47 PM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:

Turned out that I had the same issue using SQLPlus.

Solved by executing

ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'

Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:35 AM, sherman levine wrote:
Anton,
Not under my control.
I'm reading somebody else's database, and they have a datetime field (in UNIX epoch format)
Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:21 AM, Anton Doank wrote:

i put in magic as date format sherm, i separate date and time in two columb. thats what i do

regards

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020, 7:54 PM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:
Thank you.

How do you deal with datetime fields in Oracle / M94?

For MSSQL, I define them in Magic as 19 character text, and they appear as YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

If I do that in Oracle, I just see the date as DD MMM YY

Sherm


On 10/13/2020 12:51 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
sory for late response sherm..yes we should use 32 bit to  running

On Tue, Oct 13, 2020, 5:58 AM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:

Tried it. Answer is yes.

Sherm


On 10/12/2020 12:51 PM, sherman levine via groups.io wrote:
Anton,
Is that the "Oracle database 12c release 2 client (12.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) ?
Thank you
Sherm


On 5/4/2020 5:09 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
solved, i downgrade to oracle 12c 32bit and problem solved

thanks

Pada tanggal Sen, 4 Mei 2020 pukul 14.31 Anton Doank via groups.io <anton.khansa=gmail.com@groups.io> menulis:
hi all,
i am trying magic 9.4 sp7 with oracle 12c but there is error that say error failed to load driver mgora8.dll is not loaded. anyone can help me solve this error?iam running magic 9.4 sp7a on windows server 2012 with oracle 12c.

regards,
Ant

Pada tanggal Kam, 10 Mei 2018 pukul 03.10 Frigyesi Viktória <fv@...> menulis:
Hi,

We have 3 applications in 9.4 running with 12g on win10 64bit.
No issues yet.

Frigyesi Viktória

Alkalmazás fejlesztő
BIFOR Informatikai Kft.

2310 Szigetszentmiklós
Tököli u. 33/A
Tel/Fax: +36 24 950 699
Mobil: +36 30 274 8863



On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:58 PM +0200, "Anton Doank" <anton.khansa@...> wrote:

Hi All,
this is my first post in this new magic group , can magic 9.4 use oracle version 11 or oracle version 12? currently iam using magic 9.4 with oracle 10g its fine and work, now i want to upgrade my oracle to 11g or 12g and  its wont work. i think its because ora8.dll isit true? , anyone have experience using it with oracle 11 or 12?how to make it work?

regards
Anton






Re: Unwelcome XPA feature when converting from Unipaas 1.9 to XPA v2.5e

przemm@...
 

Hi Govert,

It's definitely about physical db table column property, because if I generate fresh browse pgm from scratch, the effect is there,

Thanks for your attention !
Przemek


Re: Unwelcome XPA feature when converting from Unipaas 1.9 to XPA v2.5e

Govert Schipper
 

Did you check the control property for “Modifiable” or just the table column setting?

 

 

 

Van: przemm@...
Verzonden: maandag 14 december 2020 14:52
Aan: main@magicu-l.groups.io
Onderwerp: [magicu-l] Unwelcome XPA feature when converting from Unipaas 1.9 to XPA v2.5e

 

Hi Everyone,

I try to convert several applications from v.1.9 to XPA v.2.5e  (btrieve).

I encountered following "feature" when validating new version: 
Consider a btrieve table where certain field is set as non-modifiable.
Further , there is a form with a table , containing this field.

In Unipaas it works reasonably: the field is not modiflable for existing row , BUT if you create a new row, you can fill it.
In XPA2 however, this field's input is blocked even in Create mode!
There is no way to fill it.

Hopefully some good soul knows a quick and simple workaround for this behavior, some MAGIC_SPECIAL perhaps.. ?


Thank you in advance !
Przemek

 


Unwelcome XPA feature when converting from Unipaas 1.9 to XPA v2.5e

przemm@...
 

Hi Everyone,

I try to convert several applications from v.1.9 to XPA v.2.5e  (btrieve).

I encountered following "feature" when validating new version: 
Consider a btrieve table where certain field is set as non-modifiable.
Further , there is a form with a table , containing this field.

In Unipaas it works reasonably: the field is not modiflable for existing row , BUT if you create a new row, you can fill it.
In XPA2 however, this field's input is blocked even in Create mode!
There is no way to fill it.

Hopefully some good soul knows a quick and simple workaround for this behavior, some MAGIC_SPECIAL perhaps.. ?


Thank you in advance !
Przemek



Re: Magic v 9.4 With Oracle 11 or oracle 12

sherman levine
 

Turned out that I had the same issue using SQLPlus.

Solved by executing

ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'

Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:35 AM, sherman levine wrote:
Anton,
Not under my control.
I'm reading somebody else's database, and they have a datetime field (in UNIX epoch format)
Sherm


On 10/15/2020 9:21 AM, Anton Doank wrote:

i put in magic as date format sherm, i separate date and time in two columb. thats what i do

regards

On Thu, Oct 15, 2020, 7:54 PM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:
Thank you.

How do you deal with datetime fields in Oracle / M94?

For MSSQL, I define them in Magic as 19 character text, and they appear as YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

If I do that in Oracle, I just see the date as DD MMM YY

Sherm


On 10/13/2020 12:51 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
sory for late response sherm..yes we should use 32 bit to  running

On Tue, Oct 13, 2020, 5:58 AM sherman levine <sherman.levine@...> wrote:

Tried it. Answer is yes.

Sherm


On 10/12/2020 12:51 PM, sherman levine via groups.io wrote:
Anton,
Is that the "Oracle database 12c release 2 client (12.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) ?
Thank you
Sherm


On 5/4/2020 5:09 AM, Anton Doank wrote:
solved, i downgrade to oracle 12c 32bit and problem solved

thanks

Pada tanggal Sen, 4 Mei 2020 pukul 14.31 Anton Doank via groups.io <anton.khansa=gmail.com@groups.io> menulis:
hi all,
i am trying magic 9.4 sp7 with oracle 12c but there is error that say error failed to load driver mgora8.dll is not loaded. anyone can help me solve this error?iam running magic 9.4 sp7a on windows server 2012 with oracle 12c.

regards,
Ant

Pada tanggal Kam, 10 Mei 2018 pukul 03.10 Frigyesi Viktória <fv@...> menulis:
Hi,

We have 3 applications in 9.4 running with 12g on win10 64bit.
No issues yet.

Frigyesi Viktória

Alkalmazás fejlesztő
BIFOR Informatikai Kft.

2310 Szigetszentmiklós
Tököli u. 33/A
Tel/Fax: +36 24 950 699
Mobil: +36 30 274 8863



On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 5:58 PM +0200, "Anton Doank" <anton.khansa@...> wrote:

Hi All,
this is my first post in this new magic group , can magic 9.4 use oracle version 11 or oracle version 12? currently iam using magic 9.4 with oracle 10g its fine and work, now i want to upgrade my oracle to 11g or 12g and  its wont work. i think its because ora8.dll isit true? , anyone have experience using it with oracle 11 or 12?how to make it work?

regards
Anton






Problem with 9.4 and Oracle

sherman levine
 

I have a 9.4 program which needs to access an Oracle (I think 12) database.

The client installed Oracle winnt_12102_client32 on his workstation.  With a temporary install of mggenw on the workstation, I can access his data properly. I can also create an MFF which functions properly. 

Now comes the problem....

I installed the same Oracle client here. 

I exported the table definitions at the client and imported them here, pointing to an Oracle database (which doesn't really exist).   I exported some browse programs at the client and imported them here.    Everything passes the checker.

I created an MFF here and sent it to the client.   I can execute a short SQL command successfully there, so I know I can connect to the database,  {ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'},  however I can't read any of the tables using the browse programs.

I created an application export here and sent it to the client. At the client, I imported the xxA into a new app which works fine there. I also made an MFF there. It also works fine.

I can't figure out why I can't create a functional MFF at my desktop, when I can send the xxA file to the client and create a functional MCF and MFF there.

The MFF shouldn't care whether there's anything more than the appropriate client installed. The details of the database are in Magic.ini not in the MFF.

Anybody?

Thanks

Sherm

The working program creates this log

9572   17:39:08,00859  ora_ini(): >>>>>
9572           ,00859  ora_ini(): ORACLE , Oracle 8, Version 9.4 SP7d-0 27-Mar-2007
9572           ,00859  Version 9.4 SP7d, Log = c:\temp\UsersFileLog.sherman.levine.1460.log,  Level = Support/QA,  Sync = Reopen,  Date = 13/12/2020
9572           ,00921  ora_ini(): <<<<< sizeof rowid = 18, retcode = 0

9572   17:39:09,01921  ORA_GW(): >>>>>
9572           ,01921  ORA_GW(): <<<<<

9572           ,01937  ora_exec(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt
9572           ,01937      connection string : erpt
9572           ,02187      AUTOCOMMIT ON: TRUE
9572           ,02187      PREPARE :   DECLARE                  PROCEDURE max_sort_char (o_max_char OUT char) IS                     cnt int;                     max_char char;                  BEGIN                     max_char := chr(0);                     for cnt in 0..255 loop                        if nlssort(chr(cnt)) > nlssort(max_char) then                           max_char := chr(cnt);                           dbms_output.put_line('char : ' ||max_char);                        end if;                     end loop;                     o_max_char := max_char;                  END;                  BEGIN                     max_sort_char (:my_max_char);                  END;
9572           ,02203      AUTOCOMMIT ON: TRUE
9572           ,02203      PREPARE : ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'
9572           ,02203      EXECUTE ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'
9572           ,02203  ora_exec(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, errcode = 0, retcode = 0

9572   17:39:23,15500  ora_fil_open(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt, CAR$BPLIST dbd->opened=0
9572   (14 sec),15500  ora_fil_open(): DB_OPEN_REINDEX = FALSE
9572           ,15500  ora_fil_open(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

9572           ,15500  ora_crsr_prepare(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database_name = erpt, key_idx = 0
9572           ,15500  ora_crsr_prepare(): table = CAR$BPLIST
9572           ,15515  ora_crsr_prepare(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

9572           ,15515  ora_crsr_begin(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000
9572           ,15515  ora_crsr_begin(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = RET_OK

9572           ,15515  ora_crsr_open(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, Range:FALSE Start Position:FALSE
9572           ,15515  ora_crsr_open(): Cursor->name: Read0
9572           ,15515      PREPARE ReadA0: SELECT  BPID, NAME FROM BAAN.CAR$BPLIST ORDER BY BPID  ASC
9572           ,15515      DESCRIBE :ReadA0 INTO sqlda
9572           ,15531      OPEN :ReadA0 USING DESCRIPTOR sqlda
9572           ,15531  ora_crsr_open():      errcode = 0
9572           ,15531  ora_crsr_open(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

Now it starts to retrieve the records


9572           ,15531  ora_crsr_fetch(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, dbd_hdl = 0
9572           ,15546      FETCH :ReadA0 USING DESCRIPTOR sqlda
9572           ,15546      RESULT :CHP000001: (string)        RESULT :CINRAM INCORPORATED                : (string)    ora_crsr_fetch(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0, session = 0

9572           ,15546  ora_crsr_fetch(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, dbd_hdl = 0
9572           ,15546      FETCH :ReadA0 USING DESCRIPTOR sqlda
9572           ,15546      RESULT :CHP000002: (string)        RESULT :DELPHI ENERGY                      : (string)    ora_crsr_fetch(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0, session = 0

The nonfunctioning program generates this log, with an "invalid hex number"  error on the display at 32171.  Nothing is returned

18140  17:34:18,11109  ora_ini(): >>>>>
18140          ,11109  ora_ini(): ORACLE , Oracle 8, Version 9.4 SP7d-0 27-Mar-2007
18140          ,11109  Version 9.4 SP7d, Log = c:\temp\UsersFileLog.sherman.levine.17592.log,  Level = Support/QA,  Sync = Reopen,  Date = 13/12/2020
18140          ,11156  ora_ini(): <<<<< sizeof rowid = 18, retcode = 0

18140  17:34:19,12171  ORA_GW(): >>>>>
18140          ,12171  ORA_GW(): <<<<<

18140          ,12171  ora_exec(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt
18140          ,12171      connection string : erpt
18140          ,12437      AUTOCOMMIT ON: TRUE
18140          ,12437      PREPARE :   DECLARE                  PROCEDURE max_sort_char (o_max_char OUT char) IS                     cnt int;                     max_char char;                  BEGIN                     max_char := chr(0);                     for cnt in 0..255 loop                        if nlssort(chr(cnt)) > nlssort(max_char) then                           max_char := chr(cnt);                           dbms_output.put_line('char : ' ||max_char);                        end if;                     end loop;                     o_max_char := max_char;                  END;                  BEGIN                     max_sort_char (:my_max_char);                  END;
18140          ,12453      AUTOCOMMIT ON: TRUE
18140          ,12453      PREPARE : ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'
18140          ,12453      EXECUTE ALTER SESSION SET NLS_DATE_FORMAT = 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'
18140          ,12453  ora_exec(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, errcode = 0, retcode = 0

18140  17:34:39,32125  ora_fil_open(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt, CAR$BPLIST dbd->opened=0
18140  (20 sec),32125  ora_fil_open(): DB_OPEN_REINDEX = FALSE
18140          ,32125  ora_fil_open(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_prepare(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database_name = erpt, key_idx = 0
18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_prepare(): table = CAR$BPLIST
18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_prepare(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_begin(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000
18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_begin(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = RET_OK

18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_open(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, Range:FALSE Start Position:FALSE
18140          ,32140  ora_crsr_open(): Cursor->name: Read0
18140          ,32156      PREPARE ReadA0: SELECT  BPID, NAME FROM BAAN.CAR$BPLIST ORDER BY BPID  ASC
18140          ,32156      DESCRIBE :ReadA0 INTO sqlda
18140          ,32156      OPEN :ReadA0 USING DESCRIPTOR sqlda
18140          ,32156      CALL OCIErrorGet: ORA-01465: invalid hex number
    ora_crsr_open():      errcode = 1465
18140          ,32156  ora_crsr_open(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 15

18140          ,32171  ora_last_err(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt
18140          ,32171  ora_last_err(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, Buf = ORA-01465: invalid hex number

18140          ,32171  ora_last_err(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, database = erpt
18140          ,32171  ora_last_err(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, Buf = ORA-01465: invalid hex number

18140  17:34:41,34390  ora_crsr_end >>>>>
18140  ( 2 sec),34406  ora_crsr_end <<<<< retcode = RET_OK

18140          ,34406  ora_crsr_release(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, table name = CAR$BPLIST, crsr_hdl = 0
18140          ,34406      FREE :ReadA0
18140          ,34406  ora_crsr_release(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = RET_OK

18140          ,34406  ora_fil_close(): >>>>> ctxID = -1.000000, file : CAR$BPLIST, dbd->opened = 0
18140          ,34406  ora_fil_close(): <<<<< ctxID = -1.000000, retcode = 0

18140  17:34:44,37421  ~ORA_GW(): >>>>>
18140  ( 3 sec),37421  ~ORA_GW(): <<<<<

18140          ,37421  ora_trm(): >>>>>
18140          ,37421  ORA_GW(): >>>>>
18140          ,37421  ORA_GW(): <<<<<

18140          ,37421      CLOSE THE CONNECTION & ASSOCIATED SESSIONS
18140          ,37437  ~ORA_GW(): >>>>>
18140          ,37437  ~ORA_GW(): <<<<<

18140          ,37437  ora_trm(): <<<<< retcode = RET_OK





using Netronic Ggantt(.net)in XPA #xpa #csharp

satanands@...
 

Hello,
actually, we have some problems using Netronic Ggantt(.net) interface in XPA developer studio.
There is a property fuction to import some properties while designing form.
This function isn't visible anywhere.
Does anyone have experience with Netronic Ggantt(.net)

thanks a lot in advance
satanand srivastava


Re: uniPaaS 1.9 - Calling a Task from RS if Record is committed

Steven Blank
 

Lado,

I think I would implement this behavior as follows:

1) In your online task, create a user-defined event (Ctrl+U); I'm going to call it PostRecordUpdate. Set the event's Trigger type = None and Force exit = Post record update.

2) At the bottom of your task's Record Suffix, add a Raise Event operation, raising this PostRecordUpdate event with Wait = No.

3) At the bottom of your task's Logic pane, add an Event handler on the PostRecordUpdate with Propagate = No. Call your batch task that triggers an email in this handler.

HTH.

Steven G. Blank
SGBlank Consulting
 

On 12/10/2020 11:04 AM, Lado Wali wrote:
Hi Group,

I want to run a calling batch task that triggers email from a RS of the Online Task but it should only execute the task if the record is committed to the database. I am not closing the online screen after clicking the Save button. The record only committing or saving if all validations on the online screen validates. The problem is even if the validations are not completed, the email triggers.

Any idea how I can check if the record is committed and then call the email trigger task from RS.

Thanks
Lado



Re: uniPaaS 1.9 - Calling a Task from RS if Record is committed

Lado Wali
 

Thank you Wes, It worked.

Regards,
Lado


On Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 2:09 PM Wes Hein <wes@...> wrote:
Set up a parameter (pCommited) that updates to true if committed and send the value back to the online task (stored in vCommitted).  Then do a variable change event when vCommited = True, set back to false, send email or do equivalent process in RS

Wes


Re: uniPaaS 1.9 - Calling a Task from RS if Record is committed

Wes Hein
 

Set up a parameter (pCommited) that updates to true if committed and send the value back to the online task (stored in vCommitted).  Then do a variable change event when vCommited = True, set back to false, send email or do equivalent process in RS

Wes


uniPaaS 1.9 - Calling a Task from RS if Record is committed

Lado Wali
 

Hi Group,

I want to run a calling batch task that triggers email from a RS of the Online Task but it should only execute the task if the record is committed to the database. I am not closing the online screen after clicking the Save button. The record only committing or saving if all validations on the online screen validates. The problem is even if the validations are not completed, the email triggers.

Any idea how I can check if the record is committed and then call the email trigger task from RS.

Thanks
Lado


Re: Anyone looking for work as a Magic Developer?

Ruel Quinquito
 

Hi 

I am interested to apply for  magic developer position.  

Attached is my resume.

Ruel Quinquito


‪On Wed, Dec 9, 2020 at 4:12 PM ‫עזריאל ארד‬‎ <azrielarad@...> wrote:‬

Please contact me personally / send resume.
may have some remote work soon from leads. 
Best,
Azriel

azriearad at gmail dot com


Re: Magic developers for hire

עזריאל ארד
 

Thanks Heidi :-)


Anyone looking for work as a Magic Developer?

עזריאל ארד
 

Please contact me personally / send resume.
may have some remote work soon from leads. 
Best,
Azriel

azriearad at gmail dot com


Re: #xpa #askmembers #howto #askmembers #howto #xpa

Wes Hein
 

Check out the Mastering Magic xpa.pdf in the Support folder for some training guidance.

Wes


Re: #xpa #askmembers #howto #askmembers #howto #xpa

Wes Hein
 

In the Data View tab, 

Select the foreign key, say to your vendor.  Below that line Ctrl-H these are your options

Once you pick an option, select the key (in this case, they key of the vendors unique ID), then use the locate from and to to 'find' the related record.



Expression 32 in this case points to the APVendor variable
Look up Link Definition in help, it has some 'help' but also links to the Mastering XPA document which has more detail

Lots more to it but this should get you started

Wes


Re: #xpa #askmembers #howto #askmembers #howto #xpa

tomasbalbinder@...
 

I would like to connect two tables.

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