||Re: Apache 2.4 on Win Server 2019
David Ball <No.SPAM@All.com>
||Sat, 11 May 2019 16:32:08 -0400
I thank you so much for stepping in and pointing the way.
I located the function in my current dUFLP, but it appeared to be a little
out of date, so I downloaded the dUFLP from Ken's website.
I've done the incantations and the burning of the sacred herbs, but I can't
get that function to work. It's something way down in the weeds as Windows
itself interrupts and closes dBASE. I re-read many things but did not find
the error in my ways.
While I was flailing about, I did come across a bunch of stuff from long ago
(I'm guessing 2005-2010?); so long ago that it had been forgotten, but was
still being copied from machine to machine over the years. From it, I was
able to cobble something together and I got it to respond. It uses
BDEalias.cc. I would love to find out why, but I will have to put that in
the TBD file for now.
But enough about me. I thank you again for kindly sharing your knowledge and
"Ronnie MacGregor" wrote in message
In article <SAS0MN3BVHA.700@ip-AC1E04A7>, No.SPAM@All.com says...
> I will be called out by someone who actually knows
> this stuff better than I do, and they will show us all how it's supposed
> be done lol.
Since Mervyn is obviously having a morning snooze !! . . .
I think rmAlias.cc is probably in the dUFLP ?
It contains this function :
February 2, 1999
Returns the name of the currently used BDE Configuration file.
Minor code fix by Lane Coddington
2007/05/11 Marc Van den Berghen
Changed to use structbase getansistring() function in place of
functions to provide correct behaviour with diacritical characters.
local cRet, cBuffer
cBuffer = new structbase(256)
cRet = cBuffer.getansistring( 53, 128)
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