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TOPIC: ReportPro3 (3.5.4.4) for X# Error message not in English

ReportPro3 (3.5.4.4) for X# Error message not in English 1 month 1 week ago #12737

  rjpajaron's Avatar Topic Author rjpajaron Offline Posts: 249
Hello,

Is there I need to do to make this into a language that I can understand?
Hardest part in the porting had passed, now on making ReportPro3 works.

I have question: my VO apps isolate ReportPro runtime that uses Classmate with the rest of our VO apps which are normal VO GUI apps. I will try to do the same paradigm here in X#. I hope this works.

Thanks,

Rene
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ReportPro3 (3.5.4.4) for X# Error message not in English 1 month 1 week ago #12746

  Chris's Avatar Chris Offline Posts: 1668
Hi Rene,

What is the exact error message? Even if it is in another language, we can still see where it is defined and check why it does not show in English.

As a general comment, it is always better before using such a massive 3rd party tool to start small, create a new small mdi app and use it from there to get used to the differences it has to the VO version. Once you are confident you can use it fine, try it in your real app as well. And as Robert said, we are in the process of making it more VO-app-porting friendly, because the .Net version at least for RP2 was not good enough until recently i=on that front.
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ReportPro3 (3.5.4.4) for X# Error message not in English 1 month 1 week ago #12751

  rjpajaron's Avatar Topic Author rjpajaron Offline Posts: 249
Hi Chris,

Thanks for the reply.

I am mistaken. The error trace messages are actually in English. I checked it after reading your reply. Button's caption is "Kopieren". I assume this means in English as "Copy".

So far, I have successful port process. Zero warning, without suppression but I remove so many codes that i see I no longer needing.

I am still testing it on smaller part of our huge apps. I am now in ReportPro using a small app. and got some errors. Maybe this is my Classmate/ReportPro side that are generating. I will let you know.

This is my focus next week. I could fix this tonight if got lucky. and move to bigger apps. So far, our app runs with some issues. Mostly my codes. I am new to bBrowser 4.

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Rene


It is the button of the error message. See attachment.

Chris wrote: Hi Rene,

What is the exact error message? Even if it is in another language, we can still see where it is defined and check why it does not show in English.

As a general comment, it is always better before using such a massive 3rd party tool to start small, create a new small mdi app and use it from there to get used to the differences it has to the VO version. Once you are confident you can use it fine, try it in your real app as well. And as Robert said, we are in the process of making it more VO-app-porting friendly, because the .Net version at least for RP2 was not good enough until recently i=on that front.

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