Solves many problem properties (Name Auto Correct, default references, etc.)For the first time, you can format text a text box: bold, italics, bulleted lists, fonts, colors, etc. Applies to text boxes that are unbound, bound to an expression, or bound to a Memo field that has the Text Format property set to Rich Text (in table design.) Note: stores HTML (not RTF.)Collection of variables that can be used application-wide and survive code resets.
Example: In Auto Exec macro, Set Temp Var named Licensed To to "Acme Corporation", and add this text box to each report header: =[Temp Vars]!
Unfortunately, Visual Fox Pro doesn't have native Unicode support, which means you have to do a bit of extra work and understand how to integrate strings from multiple character sets and how to work with Unicode data in Visual Fox Pro.
In this article, I describe how you can use Unicode with your application in the context of supporting multiple languages simultaneously.
Seasoned developers discovered new things are possible, and casual users found more things within their grasp. Access hangs on large attached table, clicking arrow beside date column.2.Get up to speed with Access 2007: These observations are limited to Access, and do not address very significant new capabilities for data collection and integration with other software through WSS (Share Point) or other software. Parameter shown as number (ASCII value) instead of text on a report. Stored procedure executed multiple times when opening a form/report. Navigation Pane and Status Bar issues after applying Service Pack 2. Templates disappear (with Spanish MUI on Win XP/2003)3.If you are upgrading from Access 97, you will also need the information in article, Converting from Access 97. Unable to link Sybase database if File DSN contains spaces.(This hotfix is also in Office 2007 Cumulative Update for August 2010) If you are familiar with older versions, the new Access may leave you shocked and bewildered - unable to find a thing without the familiar menus, toolbars, and Database window. Once you recover, you unearth some seriously useful new functionality beneath that pretty face: Create a template database to be used any time you create a new database.Before I post the code in full, here's the 'sample usage' comment in the core function, Fetch XLRecord Set: ' Sample usage: ' ' Set rst = Fetch XLRecord Set(SQL, "Table Account Lookup", "Table Cash Map") ' ' Where the query uses two named ranges, "Table Account Lookup" and "Table Cash Map" ' as shown in this SQL statement: ' ' SELECT ' B. Get Rows(Fields:=Field List)) End If End If Array To Range rng Target, Output Array If Show Field Names Then If Orientation = xl Columns Then Re Dim Output Array(LBound(Output Array, 1) To UBound(Output Array, 1), 1 To 1) i Row = LBound(Output Array, 1) If Is Empty(Field List) Or Is Missing(Field List) Then For i = 0 To obj Recordset. Count - 1 If i End If 'Show Field Names Erase Output Array End Sub ' Public Function Array Transpose(Input Array As Variant) As Variant ' Transpose Input Array. In Source Table, the first field is emp_no, but you have emp_id in your SQL. It can be frustrating trying to track down those errors. OLEDB.12.0 for database engine built in Windows 7 64 str Query = "SELECT a,sum(c) FROM [Sheet1$A1: C6] GROUP BY a;" ''if range [Sheet1$A1: C6] is named as named Range you can you its name directly in query: 'str Query = "SELECT a,sum(c) FROM named Range GROUP BY a;" Set rs = cn. Connection On Error Go To Err Sub ' The Excel database drivers have problems when multiple instances of the Excel application ' are running, so we use a text driver to read csv files in a temporary folder. You ' need to pass additional parameters specifying each range you're using as a table ' so that the these ranges can be saved as csv files in the SQLXL temporary folder ' Note that your query must still use the naming conventions required by the Excel ' database drivers: ' Sample usage: ' ' Set rst = Fetch XLRecord Set(SQL, "Table Account Lookup", "Table Cash Map") ' ' Where the query uses two named ranges, "Table Account Lookup" and "Table Cash Map" ' as shown in this SQL statement: ' ' SELECT ' B. Value2 End If If In Str(Type Name(List), "(") Public Sub Recordset To Range(rng Target As Excel. Recordset, Optional Field List As Variant, Optional Show Field Names As Boolean = False, Optional Orientation As Excel. Parsing SQL statements sucks, so don't expect this to be easy. Open End If Set XLConnection = m_obj Conn XL Exit Sub: Application. Status On Error Resume Next Dim i As Integer Dim i From As Integer Dim str Range As String Dim j As Integer Dim k As Integer If Is Empty(Table Names) Then Table Names = Array("") End If If In Str(Type Name(Table Names), "(") . Active Connection = XLConnection ' This recreates the database connection, and clears ' the temporary folder containing our csv data files i From = In Str(8, SQL, "From", vb Text Compare) 4 For i = LBound(Table Names) To UBound(Table Names) str Range = "" str Range = Table Names(i) If str Range = "0" Or str Range = "" Then j = In Str(SQL, "FROM") 4 j = In Str(j, SQL, "[") k = In Str(j, SQL, "]") str Range = Mid(SQL, j 1, k - j - 1) End If Range To File str Range SQL = Left(SQL, i From) & Replace(SQL, str Range, str Range & ".csv", i From 1, 1) SQL = Replace(SQL, "$.csv", ".csv") SQL = Replace(SQL, ".csv$", ".csv") SQL = Replace(SQL, "csv", ".csv") Next i .