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  1. MikeMon

    Android - new version of file in assets\internal\

    I use this approach, too.
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    Download Images from a URL

    Hi. I'm using it for multi-device apps.
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    Download Images from a URL

    Hi. Do you have a working example for reference?
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    Download Images from a URL

    Currently I use TTMSFNCImage to download images from a URL; using the LoadFromURL procedure. I'm looking for alternatives to do the same, to try and see which way is faster and more efficient. Any ideas?
  5. Does anyone have any working example(s) on how to use OneSignal push notifications on iOS and Android?
  6. Hi @Huseyin Ozkan Erdem Thank you for your answer. We had tried the fix prior to creating this thread. Unfortunately, it does not work on Windows Server 2012.
  7. I found a solution by embedding the image as a base64 encoded string and it's working fine on iOS.
  8. Hi Has anyone faced a similar issue?
  9. Hi I have an issue with loading a local image in a local HTML file on iOS. On Android it loads correctly. Here is the code I use to get the file including its path: FileName:= 'Image.jpg'; FileName:= TPath.Combine(TPath.GetDocumentsPath, FileName); I checked and the file exists. The image in the local HTML file is assigned as: <img alt="Nov" src="file://the filename above"> I also checked with starting the source with "file:///". It STILL doesn't work on iOS but does on Android. Any ideas?
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    XCode 12 compile error

    Actually, I think this has to do with Firebase using Kastri. with SDK 13.7 it was working fine.
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    XCode 12 compile error

    After applying the patch, and adding the iOS Device 64-bit SDK 14.2, I'm getting the following error: [DCC Error] E2597 ld: warning: dwarf DW_FORM_strp (offset=0xFFFFFFDC) is too big in c:\program files (x86)\embarcadero\studio\20.0\lib\iOSDevice64\Release\libibtogo.a(ail.o). Switch to 13.7, everything's fine.
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    Interbase Metadata View User Privileges

    @Sriram& @Dany Marmur Thank you for your input. Dany, allow me to disagree with you in the sense that you are assuming that firstly, I want to HIDE the metadata, and secondly, that what's important in terms of protection is just the data and NOT the metadata. What I really want is to show the metadata of ONLY the tables or views that I've given a user a view access to; which should be the default behavior in my opinion. Only the database owner and the sysdba should have full access to view all the metadata by default. To give you an example, I've created a view and given view access to a user to just view the data in that view, but that user can connect to the database, let's say with IBConsole, and view the metadata of the whole database. In this way, they can use the metadata for their own use, e.g. set up their own database. For me this is a no-brainer. Why would I give a view access to a user for a single view, but be OK for that user to see my database's whole metadata?
  13. It IS connected with older Windows versions which use TLS 1.1 or below. But as long as Postman works on those older Windows versions, there should be a solution with TRESTClient. Would you share the Quality Central issue link for me to follow up as well?
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