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Progress 5 months 1 week ago #1

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A picture for the Friday afternoon:

Pizza sample app running with X# runtime and X# VO Class libraries:


You can see the X# runtime and VO Class libraries compiled with X# against the X# runtime.



Standard MDI app:


We're not there yet, but we're making good progress !

Have a nice weekend.
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Progress 5 months 1 week ago #2

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Hi Robert,

great, thank you!

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Progress 5 months 1 week ago #3

Hi Robert,

glad to hear that you are almost there!

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Progress 5 months 4 days ago #4

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Hi Robert,

since I have to write a syncronization service between a VO application (DBFCDX data) and a web application, I need to do that with X#.
To do this syncronization, I would prefer to not use the ADS local server, but use native DBFCDX, and only read, not write, and maybe also without using any index. The table I need to syncronize has memo fields, but I don't need to get their content.
Do you have any idea when this functionality will be available in the X# runtime?
For sure, before mid of November I don't have the time to start with this project, but it should work starting mid of December this year.
But if this functionality is not available in X# when I need it, I will do the read directly on the DBF file (I already have code that does this in VO using the F....() functions).

Wolfgang

P.S. I pass now about 30% of my programming time with X#, and I like it very much
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Progress 5 months 2 days ago #5

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Wolfgang,

Reading the DBF and FPT should already work with the next beta. We are doing some final tests now with the runtime and the VO SDK Classes. Things are looking good, but we're not completely satisfied so the beta is a little delayed.
The CDX indexes will take longer.
Our plan is to have DBFCDX ready before the end of this year.

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Hi Robert,

thank you very much for your answer!

Then I will start my first tests after the release of the next beta versions.
Since I need a common database between an X# application and my VO applications to fully implement the electronic invoicing (required here in Italy from January 2019) I will use DBFNTX for that until the DBFCDX RDD is ready.

Wolfgang

P.S. the backend for transmitting the invoices and communicating with the webservice of the provider is already fully implemented in X# and made available to the VO applications though COM.
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