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    Piew - Free Progress Code Editor

    Piew is, looks and feels more and more sophisticated, congratulations!
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    Piew - Free Progress Code Editor

    Just great.
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    Piew - Free Progress Code Editor

    The XML formatter idea sounds great, if possible please consider put the idea in your todo-list.
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    Question Connect To 11.6.2 From Libreoffice

    Hello, after a lot of years with Progress 9.1 we are just starting with 11.6.2 - 32 bits This happens in a Windows 8.1 computer. I made a local copy of a 10.2 database and converted it to 11.6 I created a ODBC 32-bits connection and works fine. In LibreOffice, created a .ODB using the...
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    Progress X Libre Office (calc)

    Even simpler, you can generate a .csv and any worksheet program will open it. Or, more complicated but really nice (I heard), use DocxFactory of Alon Blich. Find it en the oehive.
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    Question %5d In Csv

    Didn't success, I managed another way to include the info. I haven't explore every possibility because of the urgence to sent the CSV, maybe in a future.... (please excuse my english construction, not my mother tongue) Thank you all!
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    Question %5d In Csv

    Exactly.
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    Question %5d In Csv

    Hello, thanks. The SKIP "feeds" one line in the CSV, not inside the "field" and that's waht I need (I'm sorry, it wasn't clear) CHR(10) does the same.
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    Question %5d In Csv

    Hello, I'm exporting some data to CSV, and I need to send some LF characters in certain fields. I've send CHR(10), CHR(13), CHR(11), CHR(93), "]", even "%5D", but doesn't work. Is there a way to do this? Progress 9.1C (still, I know), Windows (.1 workstations, Windows 2003R2 server.
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    Using Xml To Create Excel File

    Oh! That's funny. Never heard about Degrassi in Peru....
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    Using Xml To Create Excel File

    Hello Joey, do you work with Alon Blich?
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    Question How Can I Execute Winrar In Openedge?

    Hello, I'm using command-line 7zip like this: DEF VAR cCom AS CHARACTER. DEF VAR cZip AS CHARACTER. DEF VAR cDir AS CHARACTER. cZip = (your zip name with path) cDir = (your destiny path) cCom = 'c:\tmp\7za.exe e ' + cZip + ' -o' + cDir. OS-COMMAND NO-CONSOLE VALUE(cCom). It works fine.
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    Question Label Name in the button

    nborshukov, your .p is not available.
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    How to get selected radioset on selection of another radioset

    Just read this, it's good you already solved the problem with the good help I also receive here.
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    How to get selected radioset on selection of another radioset

    What about ON VALUE-CHANGED OF RASET1? (Assigning itself) Using RASETn values, not only the SCREEN-VALUEs
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    Answered FILE-INFO and wildcards

    I did it based on code from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1310715/how-to-list-text-files-in-a-directory-in-progress-4gl?rq=1 My version: INPUT STREAM dirlist FROM OS-DIR("U:\out"). REPEAT: IMPORT STREAM dirlist cfilename. IF INDEX(cFILENAME,".PDF") <> 0 THEN...
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    Answered FILE-INFO and wildcards

    Hello, I need to know, via Progress 4GL 9.1C, if any PDF exists in a known path. Something like FILE-NAME = "*.PDF". But FILE-NAME / FILE-INFO doesn't accept wildcards Is there a way to accomplish this? Using Windows 8.1 workstation and Windows 2003 file server. Thank you.
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    Answered Consecutively run two procedures

    That did it, progdev1, thank you! One of the .w is a smartwindow, it run using PERSISTENT SET. The second .w is a window (it includes a PSTIMER), it runs after the other one like this: RUN wProc1.r ("001","ADMIN"). Thanks everyone for your help!
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    Answered Consecutively run two procedures

    Well, I couldn't do it right. I've patched this issue with a series of conditions and just one of the browses display. But it'not the best way.
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    Answered Consecutively run two procedures

    Thank you, I tried PERSISTENT and didn't work, but i'll read more tomorrow.
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