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  1. Dany Marmur

    OmniPascal: Auto-Implementation of methods not working

    In that case, my laudable applauds! Saw the issue "SmartPascal - OmniPascal". I have an old bad conscience where i got Mr. Budde to start implementing a VC LSP for SmartPascal (w/o the RTl-ish stuff). The project never kicked off (mostly because of my neglect). But it would be an absolute BOON if Emba + Wosi would author [VC] LSPs for both Delpi/Freepascal. And if the SMS team would have an interest, they could do VC by plugging into Delphi LSP. But they want to sell their IDE + RTL-ish stuff.
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    FireDAC: Need help understanding "ConnectedStoredUsage"

    The statement in "docs" you referred to is blatantly super-non-verbose. Never use complex 3rd party lib w/o sources.
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    Few do-not in website

    You mean "client side", in all invocations of all the browsers i personally use? Server-side i deliver *everything* from the same server. No CDNs, no trickery, no 3rd party anything. Just knockout.js (and bootstrap but that sh*t that will be purged in 6 months hopefully, meaning jQuery will go away too). Thanks!
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    Few do-not in website

    It's kind of funny that they (fb) used the path "tr" for that endpoint. TRacking. Why did you put the red square on the google gets above and below? Are you saying the above and below requests are related or is it to emphasize the double square to the right?
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    Few do-not in website

    @Anders Melander, so ok, they use Jira... I know you said that to add information in order to cater for the OPs ruminations. But i cannot refrain... All decisions are decisions and someone "took" them. M: So we want a captcha. DV: It's a bit tricky in Jira. M: So do trickery, then. DV: OK. Result: nobody no-one not anyone "own" or remembers this. Kas Ob (and me) suffers... Should have been (1): M: So we want a captcha. DV/A: Why? M.... Result: working login Jira page. Should have been (alt 2): M: So we want a captcha. DV: It's a bit tricky i Jira. A: Why do we want a captcha? Why do we need Jira? What is would the results of a "trick" be? DV/M/A: [5 hours of weighing scenarios] Fuck captcha! Result: working login Jira page. ** or ** Should have been (alt 3): M: So we want a captcha. DV: It's a bit tricky i Jira. A: Why do we want a captcha? Why do we need Jira? What is would the results of a "trick" be? DV/M/A: [5 hours of weighing scenarios] Fuck Jira! Result: Neat and nice clamped down system for doing what is important. Happy Kas (and me)! ** or ** Should have been (3): M: So we want a captcha. DV: It's a bit tricky i Jira. A: Why do we want a captcha? Why do we need Jira? What is would the results of a "trick" be? M/A: [5 hours of weighing scenarios] Fuck the DV, get his a** kicked! Result: Better Emba. My $.005
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    Fail faster than calling Connected := True?

    @bobD, well, you'll have to choose "technology" from the base of your needs. FTOMH, Some DACs have the concept of "delayed updates". Might work good with a DB without too many triggers. This is a kind of client-centered approach since the client has the logic for updating several rows at a time (deferred posts). Then you could synchronize DBs server-wise, here comes changed views (or FB triggers) in use. Good for a database where the "main stuff" (i.e. the sychronized tables) are few and their updating not over-complicated. None of these two approaches requires you to write a middle-tier server (perhaps you would need a server-side process with a DAC to do the actual synching but that is another thing) A middle tier would pack a request of data into some proprietary format (yes, a ClientDataSet could be used to transport the data) and send that up the line. For changes a middle-tier server could either work with the client using a "delta"-scheme (to only process changes) or a edit-post-scheme (communicate the events of a TDataSet). I'm sure there are additional techniques.
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    Fail faster than calling Connected := True?

    When i had direct connections to DBs from applications, i would do the connection in a thread so the UI at least was responsive during a possible time-out trial. The only solution that will cover this is a middle-tier. One could probably write a very small https server that only knows/cares about the DBs availability (sits on the same machine) and thus every now and then checks the DB. You could the make a simple request to that "database discovery service". /D
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    How to Highlight a Control that Fails Validation

    This sound like your starting point. You send something to someone (server). Then you should get a response (as you indicate above). Does the response contain validation information? Then that information must be mapped to the control (perhaps via a field DataLink) and code written to indicate what is a miss. If the response does not contain error information specific enough, then you option would be to show an error message unconnected to the "field" that is the culprit. Show us the response from the server for better advice.
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    Q for MAPI Expert

    @Attila Kovacs, of course. I see.
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    Q for MAPI Expert

    @Attila Kovacs perhaps its time to put it up on git? What do you think? I have had benefits from the unit. And i would guess other will.
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    Managed dll instead of an unmanaged one

    Maybe this can help or inspire: https://www.atozed.com/crosstalk/
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    nil v self in form create??

    That is like... 30% of the information needed to understand the concept. VCL object management do work. And is properly documented.
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    SmartScreen troubles

    I do not do the same but... my clients' IT-departments (various) do the requests and mail me the result. I put the certs into my server(s). During the years, i have had more problems with the clients' that use comodo/sectigo compared to the other clients. If that helps at all...
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    How do I check for empty rows in a string grid?

    So fix the actual problem before asking/looking for a workaround. Asking us to help you by-pass problem that you created it not constructive. Oh, ah! Just realized i wrote an "heffernandic" post!
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