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01-01-1995, 02:00 AM
On Tuesday, February 02, 1999, 07:30 PM, rupi wrote: what are the advantages of ILE <hr>It is not the intentention of this post to appear rude. This topic has been covered many times on this forum. Using the web site's search engine will uncover this. This question is extremely general. The foundations should be first examined with existing documentation. Once that has been done, members on this forum can help clear up any confusion on specific issues. These forums have been very helpful to me, when I can not find the answers elsewhere. I believe some research on ILE may be in order prior to posting. David Abramowitz
02-04-1999, 09:15 AM
On Saturday, September 19, 1998, 08:37 PM, Derek Butland wrote: On Friday, September 18, 1998, 01:28 PM, Raymond Richert wrote: .... Just another side question for you. Can you overlay other screens with this or are you controlling the whole screen? Raymond, I have some work coming up that needs this ability to define screen formats at runtime. The example was just part of something I was playing with just to see whether the DSM api's were a viable approach or not, and having made a decision, I havent gone into this stuff in to much more depth. Yet. But..., to answer your question as best I can; The example I posted controls the whole screen, but with DSM you can also overlay one or more windows on an existing screen much like those created using the DDS WINDOW keyword. Underlying screens seem to behave similarly to those overlayed by a normal DDS-based screen. If you continue with this stuff, keep us posted...? I for one would be interested. Derek You can overlay other screens with the DSM API's. I've been working with the DSM API's for awhile now and they're pretty slick. With the DSM window API's ther are options that allow you to save the screen it you wish.
02-05-1999, 03:55 AM
On Thursday, January 28, 1999, 08:14 AM, Norm wrote: ....There's nothing like shooting yourself in the foot. <hr> Been there, done that, got the t-shirt. Sometimes you just need another set of eyes. .... just trying to make it to the finish line ....
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