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Sean Graves

Member Since 31 Aug 2000
Offline Last Active Apr 24 2013 10:22 AM

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In Topic: ProIV & SQL Server 2005

14 July 2006 - 11:05 AM

Thanks for all the above replies.

I have only done a quick simple test as a one user against SQL 2005 Express.
I did not get any issues but as you all now the moment you include more than one user things start to happen.

So always useful to know if anyone has been there first :)

Thanks again

In Topic: VIP Bulk Load

19 June 2006 - 03:59 PM

For those who are intrested I had a reply back from ProIV:

To: Sean Graves
From: ProIV Support
Sent: 16 June 2006 16:24
Subject: VIP Bulk Load changes Icon Widths - ProIV References: NOR242823 / L1720

This will be fixed in the next version 5 maintenance release of VIP and also in version 6.

We have uploaded a patch (nor242823.vpx) for your version of VIP into your personal category on the ProIV website (www.proiv.com). Please import this VPX into VIP.

Please note that importing a PRX into VIP or using bulk upload in a pre VIP 5.5931 that has not had this patch applied will show the same problem.


This patch has worked, it has left my test function intact after uploading and building in VIP.

In Topic: SYSTEM verb displays console box on Standalone

12 August 2005 - 08:33 AM

Cheers for the reply.

Last I heard was you could not get Multi-User licenses for Windows XP to run as a service ?

That's why we ended up using the standalone version.

In Topic: PROIV OCX as ACTIVEX control

29 October 2001 - 04:14 PM


I just noticed you were referencing the Client OCX component.

I have been tring to get hold of any documentation regarding the OCX's methods and properties.

I have been playing with it, the only problem I have is the background colour.

If you use it within Visual Basic or Delphi the entire background is black.
However, use the OCX in MS VC++ and it uses the same colour background as the MFC.

Have you any ideas on how to stop the blackness ?

If you have any information upon using with Delphi, would it be possible for me to have a look?

Many Thanks
Sean Graves
Email: seang@prodelta.co.uk