Replacing tables in a database  
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agilitygrandma





PostPosted: Mon Jul 28 14:29:56 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database

Because a client does not have a copy of VFP, I emailed myself a table
which needs to be reindexed. (Adding a reindexing function to their
software is high on the list!)

If I open these tables at my office, reindex them, then simply overwrite
the tables at the client's site, will the database container somehow be
offended? :) Or will it relatively seemlessly reintegrate these files
into the container even though the files themselves were last opened
outside the container?

VFP 6.

TIA.

-S-

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Stephen





PostPosted: Mon Jul 28 14:29:56 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database Get the Stonefield Data Tool Set.

You can make a change in your dev environment. And send it to them. When
they start up the app it CAN check for new versions and fix them on the fly.

Worth its weight in gold.

? how much does code weigh anyway ?

__Stephen



> Because a client does not have a copy of VFP, I emailed myself a table
> which needs to be reindexed. (Adding a reindexing function to their
> software is high on the list!)
>
> If I open these tables at my office, reindex them, then simply overwrite
> the tables at the client's site, will the database container somehow be
> offended? :) Or will it relatively seemlessly reintegrate these files
> into the container even though the files themselves were last opened
> outside the container?
>
> VFP 6.
>
> TIA.
>
> -S-


 
 
Fred





PostPosted: Sat Aug 02 18:43:50 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database
>
> ? how much does code weigh anyway ?

That depends. Do you print it on 20# or 24# paper? <g>


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Fred





PostPosted: Sun Aug 03 12:22:22 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database I'll bet that takes more than a single reel. ;)

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>

>>>
>>> ? how much does code weigh anyway ?
>>
>> That depends. Do you print it on 20# or 24# paper? <g>

> No, 7 bit paper tape.
>
>
> anthony shipley
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> Military Intelligence..... still an oxymoron!


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genew





PostPosted: Mon Aug 04 01:26:22 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database


>

>>>
>>> ? how much does code weigh anyway ?
>>
>>That depends. Do you print it on 20# or 24# paper? <g>
>No, 7 bit paper tape.

Oiled or not?

Sincerely,

Gene Wirchenko

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Anthony





PostPosted: Mon Aug 04 02:47:18 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database

>I'll bet that takes more than a single reel. ;)
See reply to Gene.....

anthony shipley
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Military Intelligence..... still an oxymoron!
 
 
Anthony





PostPosted: Mon Aug 04 02:48:12 CDT 2003 Top

Exchange Servers >> Replacing tables in a database



>>No, 7 bit paper tape.
>
> Oiled or not?
Just the normal oil that the fish comes in :-)


anthony shipley
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Military Intelligence..... still an oxymoron!