||Re: TESTING APPLICATION IN IDE
Mustansir Ghor <email@example.com>
||Thu, 18 May 2017 15:18:44 -0400
Yes that Phase VIII had the answer. Of course I need to set it appropriately.
Thanks to Ken Sir. No stone left unturned.
Mervyn Bick Wrote:
> On 2017-05-18 11:08 AM, Mustansir A Ghor wrote:
> > Dear All
> > For the development we use IDE enviorement. But I had seen a program i dont recall the name that can be used as startup.
> > Usually in DOS based program in the for an un build application we could use in the shortcut something like c:\dbase.exe mainmenu.prg (.dbo) to straight away start application.
> > Can anybody assist with such program in order understand how set up enviorement and how to go about with initial syntax of handling _app object to arrive at main screen of application. I refer to un build application but while it is on test in the IDE enviorement.
> > Best Regards
> > Mustansir
> If you haven't already done this you should try and find the time to
> work through Ken Mayer's dBASE tutorial which you will find at
> Ken covers creating a start.prg in great detail in the tutorial and you
> can cheat a bit by going direct to section viii at
> http://www.goldenstag.net/dbase/Tutorial/08_StartProgram.htm The
> problem with this is that the tutorial is structured so that it starts
> with the basics and then builds on them. Skipping the previous sections
> means that you may not follow why Ken does certain things in section viii.
> You will, of course, need to tailor the code to your project. (The
> legal profession has a neat Latin phrase, "mutatis mutandis", which
> means "with the necessary changes" to cover this.)