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  Foxpro software downloads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
View and Synchronize Microsoft Access, Excel, Oracle, Foxpro, dBase, MySQL or any ODBC enabled database with palm.
Sync with Ms Access, Excel, Foxpro, MySQL or any ODBC enable database.
For Clipper, Dbase III / IV, FoxPro, Visual FoxPro.
www.shareware-download.org /foxpro.php   (771 words)

 FoxPro Library
The FoxPro for Windows Resource Kit provides code samples and covers a variety of topics, such as installing, troubleshooting, debugging, printing, and networking tips.
FoxPro 2.6 and 2.6a have built in commands providing compatibility with dBASE IV, so Microsoft no longer directly offers the Migration application to users.
The FoxPro wizards are specifically designed to guide new users through creating basic, flat-file (single table) application modules.
members.aol.com /FoxProResources/library.htm   (807 words)

 FoxPro Software by H. A. Hanna Associates
FoxPro, including all of its releases since it first appeared as a DOS platform language, is designed to be a database manager and as such it offers unmatched power and flexibility for processing and managing data.
Visual FoxPro now offers a broad range of connectivity which is continually expanding the range of its possible applications far beyond just data management.
We have used FoxPro as the core of our application programming from the release of the first version for DOS to the most current version of Visual FoxPro.
www.foxpro-software.com   (172 words)

 FoxPro Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
FoxPro Resources is a website devoted to serving the needs of all users of FPD/FPW 2.x.
FoxPro 3.0 was released in June 1995, and was renamed "Visual FoxPro" (VFP).
discontinued support for FoxPro, it is up to the FoxPro community to support itself (something this community has always been quite good at).
members.aol.com /FoxProResources   (345 words)

 Foxpro Migration To Linux Guide
The first step is to copy your existing FoxPro system to the Linux server using your preferred method be that removable media or over a network using ftp or sftp.
The second step is to convert the FoxPro binary files into Recital format and to alter the line feed character of ASCII files to the correct format for the new host platform.
The FoxPro to Linux file migration is now complete, just run your FoxPro application using the DO command followed by your start source program name.
www.recital.com /articles/cm/foxproMigration/foxpro2linux.htm   (513 words)

 Visual FoxPro
Microsoft is committed to the future of Visual FoxPro, as evidenced by its continued development and enhancement, and its inclusion in the MCSD certification track.
The use of Visual FoxPro as an application development tool is not limited by this consideration, because of its capability to interface with these database servers.
Older, file-server based applications written in Visual FoxPro can reach limits in the number of simultaneous users, due to the high network traffic that results from this kind of architecture (the processing all transpires on client machines).
www.cycla.com /software/vfoxpro.htm   (1576 words)

 Visual FoxPro Tips: LEAD Associates - Indianapolis, Indiana
For more information on the future of Visual FoxPro, check out the info on the project code named Sedna in the roadmap article of where Visual FoxPro is heading, and the recent interview with Microsoft Manager's Alan Griver and Ken Levy at the 2005 Visual FoxPro Developer's Conference on June 14, 2005.
Visual FoxPro 9.0 was released for manufacturing in December 2004 and is available for purchase, or upgrade.
Aside from service packs, the Visual FoxPro Team at Microsoft is working on a project, code named Sedna, to enhance Visual FoxPro beyond version 9.0, and it is due for release sometime in early 2007.
www.leadassoc.com /VFPTips.asp   (1128 words)

 Microsoft Visual FoxPro v8.0
XML Web services created with Visual FoxPro 8.0 can be consumed by XML Web service clients of Visual Studio.NET, and XML Web services created with Visual Studio.NET and any other standards-based Web service can be consumed by Visual FoxPro 8.0.
Upgrading to Visual FoxPro 8.0 is easy and rewarding, as it is the most advanced and reliable version of FoxPro ever released, and is 100-percent compatible with Visual FoxPro 7.0.
Developers can even create applications with Visual FoxPro 8.0 and deploy them using the Visual FoxPro 7.0 runtime, as long as no new commands and features are implemented in the distributed application.
www.cs-software.com /software/microsoft/msvfoxpro.html   (1566 words)

 Visual Foxpro
Visual FoxPro 6.0 supports Microsoft Transaction Server, so you don’t have to write code to manage, deploy, and scale up Visual FoxPro COM components to handle multiple users.
Unlike FoxPro 2.x, which requires a procedural language to create forms and controls, Visual FoxPro lets you build them visually as objects with full properties, methods, and events.
Visual FoxPro runs FoxPro 2.x code as is, and automatically converts FoxPro 2.x reports and forms to Visual FoxPro format when you open them.
www.rockymountain.com /dev_foxpro.htm   (1199 words)

 Ken Levy's Blog : Two new Visual FoxPro 9.0 case studies on microsoft.com
Currently taking advantage of the data-centric capabilities of Microsoft Visual FoxPro 9.0, Crimestar Corporation has deployed its system to hundreds of law enforcement agencies, providing them with capabilities that were once unobtainable and benefiting millions of people in communities large and small.
Whether implemented using a native FoxPro Database or MS SQL Server, there is no doubt that your team's hard work and dedication to VFP has made it possible for Crimestar to succeed in providing our solution to communities large and small across America.
Visual FoxPro has always been and continues to be a superior development tool for building powerful data centric application and we in the VFP community have you to thank for that.
blogs.msdn.com /klevy/archive/2005/07/21/441498.aspx   (653 words)

 Visual FoxPro 6.0
FoxPro Foundation Classes are provided with Visual FoxPro 6.0 so that the developer can enhance Visual FoxPro applications with little or no programming effort.
Visual FoxPro 6 allows a user to edit property or method without deleting and recreating the property or method as in Visual FoxPro 5.
Visual FoxPro 6 provides a Test Container where ActiveX controls can be changed by changing properties, invoking methods, and firing events of the Test container.
www.konstruct.com /fox/articles/article3.htm   (1961 words)

 FOXPRO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
There is also a switch that will allow you to turn on an LED light that will illuminate the decoy for night time use.
There is a jack on the base that will allow you to connect the decoy to your FOXPRO to give you the ability to start the decoy with the press of the AUX button.
The FOXPRO callers have been tested to -40 degrees with these batteries.
www.allpredatorcalls.com /foxpro.htm   (1741 words)

 Abri Technologies FoxPro Utilities
AddZip file ziping: Visual Foxpro code for using AddZip DLLs shareware.
FoxPro for windows does not provide programmatic selection of Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/2000/NT printers for different report (or label) print jobs.
This set of FoxPro procedures allows you to programmatically select a specific printer for any report or label print job.
www.abri.com /foxpro.html   (989 words)

 Foxpro.catalyst :: FoxPro workBLOGS and more
I'm also pass that attitude where you ask what their PL can do and I'll show you what FoxPro can do using three fingers in one third the amount of time it takes for that other PL to do...
The problem here is there are so many humans who tend to blast Visual FoxPro without having have tried to use it in the first place.
I wanted to delve into the droneMatrix, but I'm still thinking of how to put my sentiments into words without offending some friends of mine, who are possibly reading this, and who happen to be working in the 'corporate world'...
foxpro.ntsl119.com   (1715 words)

 Using the Recital Database Server with Visual FoxPro
As well as supporting Visual FoxPro SQL, the Recital Database Server incorporates a Visual FoxPro compatible 4GL that provides developers with the ability to write Stored Procedures, Triggers and User-Defined Functions in a language that they are familiar with.
Building Visual FoxPro client applications that leverage the power of backend Linux and UNIX servers is a very compelling reason for Visual FoxPro developers to consider using the Recital Database Server as their server of choice for application deployment.
The CursorAdapter class which was introduced in Visual FoxPro 8 supports handling a wide range of data sources as native Visual FoxPro cursors.
www.recital.com /articles/cm/visualfoxpro/article.htm   (1110 words)

 Cetus Links: 16604 Links on Objects and Components / Object-Oriented Language & Development Environment: Visual ...
Visual Foxpro is a dynamic object oriented language that supports multiple class libraries, a class browser.
There are two major versions of Visual Foxpro: VFP 5.0, first released in September 1996, runs exclusively on 32-bit Windows operating systems.
Visual Foxpro is one of several OO 4GLs, languages that combine OOP and inheritance with native SQL and other relational database capabilities.
www.cetus-links.org /oo_visual_foxpro.html   (773 words)

 Universal Thread Conference Coverage - Visual FoxPro DevCon, Praha 2006
While Visual FoxPro does have a rich library of API, there are some features that either do not exist in the Visual FoxPro libraries or are harder to use than in the Framework.
This HOL in particular was targeted toward Visual FoxPro beginners and in short showed everything necessary to create a functional Visual FoxPro project with a simple form in it.
Visual FoxPro in-process components do not support their "own" user interfaces, so it is not possible to get any screen output from them.
www.utcoverage.com /Prague/2006   (8226 words)

 Update Visual FoxPro syntax to SQL Server syntax at runtime   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
If you try to use your existing FoxPro application with SQL Server database you will face lots of bugs - the database won't understand the syntax of statements passed from your front end application.
The only way to bind an existing FoxPro application to SQL server database was to rewrite existing code line by line.
All you have to do is pass your existing SQL statement to the needed method of the library.
easysql4fox.vallmind.com   (378 words)

 FoxWeb: Home Page
This is a minor update to version 3.0, which added a lot of new and exciting features, including web based administration, cookie-less sessions, an SMTP control for sending email and much, much more.
FoxWeb is a Web application development tool, which can be used to quickly and easily integrate your FoxPro and client-server databases with the Web and to build interactive Web applications for intranets or the Internet.
Whether you are a seasoned developer or a "newbie," FoxWeb provides the tools and resources to help you create interactive applications in less time and with less effort.
www.foxweb.com   (231 words)

 Microsoft FoxPro/FoxBase version information
If you have FoxPro or most any MS application product loaded on the hard disk of a computer, and you are the person using that computer at least 80% of the time that computer is being used, you may make a second copy for home or laptop use.
FoxPro 2.5 Professional - Looks like there were at least two versions of this, the 2.5 and the 2.5a.
FoxPro Library Construction Kit for FoxPro 2.5 - Let's you create external libraries of C and Assembly that can be integrated with any FoxPro application.
www.emsps.com /oldtools/msfoxv.htm   (3539 words)

 FoxPro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
FoxPro Class files - for FoxPro training, in compressed format
The FoxPro SIG (Special Interest Group) is affiliated with the
Visual FoxPro 7 has been called the most revolutionary upgrade since 3.0.
www.cicorp.com /foxpro   (98 words)

 Richard Hendricks' Visual FoxPro Tips
I currently subscribe to FoxPro Advisor, Tamar E. Granor is the Editor, with contributors like Christof Lange, Ted Roche, Miriam Liskin, Rick Strahl and Malcolm C. Rubel.
The Visual FoxPro application has this list, but it is not obvious how to implement this feature.
Visual FoxPro has a set of command line switches/options that can be used to influence how it operates.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/RHendricks/vfptips.htm   (9539 words)

 Fox Pro
FoxPro, or VisualFoxPro, is an object-oriented ISAM DBMS from Microsoft.
Its ability to interactively debug a concept before committing to an approach was something I valued highly.
Here is a quicky FoxPro-based Reverse Polish calculator script that uses a table to define the buttons and their action.
c2.com /cgi-bin/wiki?FoxPro   (747 words)

 VS Data Team's WebLog : Visual FoxPro
This announces the October CTP of Sedna and SP2 for Visual FoxPro.
After working on two releases of Visual Studio and a similar number of releases of Visual FoxPro, I’ve accepted a position in Read More...
Incidentally, in that letter I mentioned that the Team System team is about to release a MSCCI provider for Team Foundation Server which includes support for Visual FoxPro 9.0.
blogs.msdn.com /vsdata/archive/category/3901.aspx   (857 words)

 Visual FoxPro: Product Overview
With its local cursor engine, tight coupling between language and data, and powerful features, Visual FoxPro 9.0 is a great tool for building database solutions of all sizes.
Upgrading to Visual FoxPro 9.0 is easy and rewarding, as it is the most advanced and reliable version of FoxPro ever released, and is 100-percent compatible with Visual FoxPro 8.0.
Developers can even create applications with Visual FoxPro 9.0 and deploy them using the Visual FoxPro 8.0 runtime, as long as no new commands and features are implemented in the distributed application.
msdn.microsoft.com /vfoxpro/productinfo/overview   (358 words)

 Visual FoxPro Programming by our FoxPro custom programmers
Today our FoxPro programming team is led by Helen Bernstein, who has been programming almost exclusively in FoxPro and Visual FoxPro since joining Cambria in 1992.
Greg McCann and Nancy Crewdson, both of whom are Visual FoxPro experts, join her in forming the core of our FoxPro capability.
In another Visual FoxPro programming effort, Cambria wrote a program for the California Province of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) to help them keep track of and pay expenses for Priests throughout the western states.
www.cambria.com /services_foxpro.asp   (471 words)

 Open Directory - Computers: Programming: Languages: Visual FoxPro
FoxPro Summary - Summarizes from the basics of FoxPro, functions, database programming.
The History of FoxPro - A project to document the history of the FoxPro programming language by the worldwide FoxPro community.
RedmondMag.com: FoxPro Not an Endangered Species - Describes why the author believes that FoxPro will continue well into the future despite Microsoft's lack of marketing of it.
dmoz.org /Computers/Programming/Languages/Visual_FoxPro   (480 words)

 FoxPro and Visual FoxPro - a CompInfo Directory
These pages provide handy links to FoxPro resources on the 'net, facilitate sharing of FoxPro information between FoxPro developers employed by SD and others, develop contacts with other FoxPro developers and users, and experiment with using FoxPro (and other database tools) in WWW publishing
The FoxPro Utility Library is a collection of all freely distributable (Public Domain, freeware, shareware, contribution requested, demo code, etc.) source code, utilities, applications, etc. for FoxPro developers.
If you're a FoxPro developer, these are the places to hang out on the 'net!"
www.compinfo-center.com /apps/foxpro.htm   (666 words)

 Visual FoxPro 9.0: Still Here, Still Relevant
Today, applications are still being written and deployed in Visual FoxPro, but there has been a marked decline in further adoption and deployment among U.S. companies.
So by 1995, FoxPro developers were natively using SQL, doing OOP, and writing n-tier, cross platform applications—and all the while running legacy code written back in dBase II.
For FoxPro developers, Fox has simply been a safe application development path; your investment in the technology was not compromised by innovations made by the vendor.
www.devx.com /opinion/Article/22488   (1343 words)

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