Hello everybody, Does someone knows how to use ODBC on excel files ? regards, Jacques ZEMRON 15, Route de Colombelles 14540 SOLIERS Tel : 02 31 72 73 54 Portable : 06 82 68 60 08 Mailto:email@example.com _____________________________________________________________ Manage your list subscriptions at lists.omnis-dev.com Start a new message -> mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hey Bryan, It’s an interesting problem. On the one hand I applaud that OS vendors are putting protections in place that make it harder for the average user to get stung by malware. Malware is a huge problem nowadays, in the 90ies not many people had caught on and the target audience was relatively small, so there wasn’t a...
Hey Doug, This is the bane of my existence, especially when we’re dealing with clients that have multiple installations of our application and are dealing with users who don’t have a clue what their new serial number must be. We’re keeping 25600 empty which since Studio 10 now means that just like on Windows, the folder name is taken...
Just to add to this the wonderful command dat(). It isn’t just suitable for converting dates to a formatted string but works the other way around as well. So if you do: Calculate lvDate as ‘5/10/2019’ This could be interpreted as either garbage, 5th of October 2019 or 10th of May 2019 depending on your #FD value and whether...
Hello, For anyone using Packages to create an installer I would like to refer you to the GitHub page of Alex Clay ( github.com/barkingfoodog ) . Alex has created a template for building .pkg installers using Packages. He has also provided an excellent step-by-step guide. Using that guide and the notarizing technote on the Omnis-website I built a new...
Hi $all, I’m just wondering if anyone on this list is running Omnis studio server on a Linux headless box in a production environment! I just got a project to experiment installing studio on a Linux server and I have no experience with Linux. So I’m hoping that I can get some advice on how/from where to start this...
Hi Werner, Glad you found the guide useful! Yes, I need to update it with notarization steps. Also, we’ve been omitting signing the app and just signing and notarizing the pkg. This worked ok until we started using the JS Controls. Turns out if you have the macOS firewall enabled you’ll get a prompt to allow incoming network access...
Alex, does that also occur if you are running the htmlcontrols in the Application Support area? > On Oct 16, 2019, at 1:25 PM, Alex Clay via omnisdev-en wrote: > > Hi Werner, > > Glad you found the guide useful! > > Yes, I need to update it with notarization steps. > > Also, we’ve been omitting signing...
FINAL FINAL Calculate JD as 2426498.979167 ## Julian date input point Calculate Z as int(JD) Calculate JT as (JD)-Z ## JT is the decimal portion, or time fragment If Z=2299161 Calculate alpha as int((Z-1867216.25)/36524.25) ## This code is all from Jeen Meeus Calculate A as Z+1+alpha-int(alpha/4) ## Astronomical algorithms for calculators book End If Calculate B as A+1524 Calculate...
When I retested my code wasn’t working, the final step of putting a string into the date time field doesn’t work So I had to use your dadd() function to add the hours and minutes into the field So you really GOT ME on this one, I learned something new _____________________________________________________________ Manage your list subscriptions at lists.omnis-dev.com Start a...
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- O$ 8.3 Using Excel files Jacques Zemron, 10-17-2019 10:36
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