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Applications / Re: Mouse jumps in text editor and other applications
« on: November 01, 2017, 12:37:01 pm »
I am running AN 11.17
saludos

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Applications / Mouse jumps in text editor and other applications
« on: October 31, 2017, 11:21:46 pm »
I was fiddling with another mouse problem.
And with my basic knowledge of rex.
I get the feeling that the window that extends the desk is the culprit of the mouse jumping.
In fact closing this application, it seems to be better.
I say it's a sensation because I've tried it a little.
The reason could be that this application opens a window without title, and this could be the problem.
Has anyone else had this problem, and closing this application gives you a feeling that it is solved?
The program is in Screen ---- Xpager---- Enable or Disable

Saludos

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It seems a silly answer, but just in case.
I recently passed a similar problem with anpm, and finally it was a tcp-ip configuration error.
 Specifically look at Hostnames - Name server address-- a value is needed
saludos

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Programming / Re: SQL/DBExpert
« on: October 25, 2017, 06:49:10 pm »
The string that I put on was for you to have an example of a syntax that is valid and works. But you must adjust to your needs and your tables.
With your example, it would be something similar to:

SUM = 10000
CAD='INSERT INTO Tablename (tablefield) SELECT',
   '  '"'"sum"'"' AS SUMA FROM CATALIZA'
dbeRunSQL(CAD)

But I can not say for sure.

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Programming / Re: SQL/DBExpert
« on: October 25, 2017, 04:48:54 pm »
The sum I get from a form so I'm not sure what you mean with the first example.
It was just an example of a query with a sum
Quote
DBE crashes when running the second example, although when running it as "Single step" all seems fine until it actually runs RC=DBERUNSQL(CAD).
You can put the string that makes you break the dbexpert.?
Saludos

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Programming / Re: SQL/DBExpert
« on: October 25, 2017, 11:27:52 am »
These are two valid examples that are running.
The first is a string with sum.
The second is a dadena with insert.

SELECT QAPTS1Y3X.ASIEN, SUM(QAPTS1Y3X.DB), SUM(QAPTS1Y3X.HB)
FROM QAPTS1Y3X
GROUP BY QAPTS1Y3X.ASIEN


CAD='INSERT INTO TPSUFORPRINT (LOSVAL,ACT3, ACT1, CL10, ORDEN, ACL5) SELECT',
   '  '"'"LOSVALCAL"'"' AS VAL7, '"'"ACT3R"'"' AS VAL1, '"'"ACT1R"'"' AS VAL2, '"'"ACT3R"'"' AS VAL3, 1 AS VAL4, '"'"ACT1R"'"' AS VAL5 FROM CATALIZA'
RC=DBERUNSQL(CAD)
In the chain with insert, note that says--- from cataliza-----
Cataliza is a table created only to execute the insert command. For all the insert comands in your sqls.
I have this table created as two columns of text of 254 characters, without indices, but I think this is the least.
I work with DBF tables.
Saludos

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Applications / Re: IFX is examining and cleaning your INI files...
« on: October 19, 2017, 06:33:25 pm »
I do not know if you can repair your inis with the ifx.
It seems that my comment has been a misunderstanding.
I meant that my answer could not help you in your consultation. Because my answer is actually for before having the problems.
Keep in mind that I do not speak English, and I use a translator, that is why I often do not even answer some things because it is a major effort for me.
saludos

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Applications / Re: IFX is examining and cleaning your INI files...
« on: October 19, 2017, 08:46:50 am »
Hi Greg
I do not know if you can repair your inis with the ifx.
 My experiences with this program have never been satisfactory,
 unless I have recovered a previous copy of the 3 that it does by default.
What if I can tell you, is that if you create anything else to install the system, a new folder in desktop,
 you can call it as you want, Mydesktop. And you put all what you have on the Desktop,
inside that Mydesktop folder. The stability of the inis files increases greatly.
 In fact I do this in all the pcs I install.
From my experience, one of the programs that can easily spoil the inis,
 is the warpin when you tell it, that you recharge the work place shell.
Saludos

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Hardware / Re: usb wifi in arca50????
« on: October 18, 2017, 10:32:35 am »
Doug - Thanks for your comments. I only have to change the card from the wifi to the laptop for another compatible.
Martin- pci only works when it works !! :)
Saludos

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Hardware / usb wifi in arca50????
« on: October 17, 2017, 06:16:09 pm »
I was trying to run a usb-wifi TL-WN823N.
I used the usbecd23.zip to link the usb.
Then I followed the instructions on this website.
http://www.os2world.com/wiki/index.php/Testing_an_UnSupported_Network_Driver_with_GenMAC
The system is Arca 50 updated.
And I get to the green message:
NO VALID HARDWARE-INFO IN PROTOCOL.INI FOR (WRND322 $)
Attached the lantran.log
Protocol.ini
and the w2357x0109.inf (which you believe to test)
Any help to continue ??

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Applications / Re: XWorkplace and missing folder contents...
« on: October 10, 2017, 09:02:34 am »
I have this problem too, but in my case it is in a peer to peer network.
The server is a pc hp z400 = pc1 Arca50 with Broadcom BCM57xx(x)/BCM590x MMBGE.os2
The computer with this problem is a hp z400 = pc2 Arca50  with Broadcom BCM57xx(x)/BCM590x MMBGE.os2

In my case after changing the network adapter, the bc57 to rtl8169 solved the problem.In both pcs.
Saludos

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Internet / Re: Availability of Firefox 45.9.0 as .rpm file
« on: October 08, 2017, 11:15:08 pm »
I do not know if you can use this trp file, which I attach. But keep in mind that I have forced it to generate it, changing it in the file dependentlibs.list , xul.dll changed to #xul.dll To try to know where it breaks
saludos

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Internet / Re: Availability of Firefox 45.9.0 as .rpm file
« on: October 07, 2017, 05:37:04 pm »

Can you show your directory structure for where you installed FF? XUL.DLL is right in the main directory alongside FF.EXE...so how do you have your LIBPATH set?
LIBPATH=.;C:\usr\local\lib;C:\usr\lib;C:\PROGRAMS\NETSCAPE\PROGRAM;C:\SYS\DLL;C:\OS2\DLL;C:\IBMGSK50\LIB;C:\IBMGSK40\LIB;C:\IBMGSK\LIB;C:\MPTN\DLL;C:\TCPIP\DLL;C:\IBMCOM\DLL;C:\OS2\MDOS;C:\;C:\OS2\APPS\DLL;C:\MMOS2\DLL;C:\SYS\APPS\AMOUSE;C:\PRTUTILS\MARKVIS;C:\MMOS2\FREEDB;C:\PROGRAMS\NDFS;C:\SYS\APPS\4OS2;C:\PROGRAMS\ARCTOOL;C:\PROGRAMS\OPENJDK\BIN;d:\DBEXPERT;
C:\usr\bin\firefox.exe
C:\usr\lib\firefox-45.9.0\firefox.exe
saludos

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Internet / Re: Availability of Firefox 45.9.0 as .rpm file
« on: October 07, 2017, 04:49:07 pm »

This os2-mpts-0.0.0-2.oc00.i386 appears corrupt, I can not unpack it.
This pthread-20151229-21.oc00.i386 no appears.
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These two files appear to me as installed, but as more updated. In pthread...i686
Now the problem is another when I try to boot firefox459, it says I couldn't load xul.dll (OS / 2 error 87)
Saludos

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Internet / Re: Availability of Firefox 45.9.0 as .rpm file
« on: October 07, 2017, 04:00:32 pm »

no os2-mpts-0.0.0-2.oc00.i386
no pthread-20151229-21.oc00.i386
And here: http://rpm.netlabs.org/release/00/i386/i386/
This os2-mpts-0.0.0-2.oc00.i386 appears corrupt, I can not unpack it.
This pthread-20151229-21.oc00.i386 no appears.

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