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#1 Guest_Joseph V.G. Orendain_*

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 04:38 PM

Hello All,

How do you print a list in VIP? How do you create a list in VIP to include NATIVE objects/functions? I want to generate a documentation of all functions, file, global logics, task for a specific CATEGORY but cannot find a way to print a list.

Thanks a lot!


#2 Donald Miller

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 07:28 PM

Hi Joseph

That would be handy to know since it isn't obviously noted anywhere.

Since my supply is runtime only, the list is built and maintained in Native (as it contains VIP and Native code). Not very handy but necessary. Haven't got round to developing a utility for it yet. Maybe there'll be one in Rob's IDE (been too busy to have a proper look at that too !)

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#3 Bill Loven

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 08:07 PM

:D Joseph, Do you have the boots stap definition for FUNCTDEF?

I wrote my own report using functdef. Not pretty but handy.

I have looked thru VIP and there does not seem be a VIP version.


#4 Chris Mackenzie

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Posted 22 September 2005 - 04:07 PM

Why native? If you are using VIP, you probably already did a Bulk Load?

So everything should be known to VIP.
So you can use List Maintenance from the TOOLS tab, click on Advanced
and you can select using security category.

Or you can use bulk load from VIP admin tools, there's an option
to select Native Only and an option to select by security category.
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#5 Rob Donovan

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Posted 04 October 2005 - 09:58 PM

Maybe there'll be one in Rob's IDE (been too busy to have a proper look at that too !)

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You can build lists in IDE and then print or preview them on the screen.

Any list (manual, xref, logic search etc) in IDE can be previewed and then printed in a graphical form, including printing single logics or even a whole function.

Below are a couple of examples of a list print preview from IDE....

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