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  1. Ramani's FoxPro Pages
    The main purpose of starting this page is to share my FoxPro related interests. As time proceeds, I will decide what more I can add in here. It all depends on the encouragement and success by way of feedbacks and comments of browsing members. There will be frequent changes as I keep building this site. Please bookmark this site and visit as often as you like. When you copy what you find from this site and provide the same to some one else or quote a piece of code somewhere, please make sure to tell where you found it and make a reference to this site. Probably they can derive greater benefits from visiting this site. 
                                                             
  2. Visual FoxPro 9.0
    Visual FoxPro 9.0 provides the tools you need to create and manage high-performance, 32-bit database applications and components. Get Visual FoxPro 9.0 through MSDN Subscriptions, or as a stand-alone full product or upgrade. Get the latest information on how Visual FoxPro 9.0 can solve your database programming needs. Visual FoxPro 9.0 is just the right tool for all types of database solutions. Its data-centric, object-oriented language gives you a robust set of tools for building database applications for desktop computers, client-servers, or Web services. View product and features information, system requirements, and information on how to get your hands on the best version of Visual FoxPro ever—Visual FoxPro 9.0.
                                                    
  3.  Microsoft Visual FoxPro 6.0 and Visual Studio Installer Tutorial
     This article lists the basic steps involved in creating, configuring, and building a Microsoft Windows Installer package (.msi) file with Microsoft Visual Studio Installer. Microsoft® Visual Studio® Installer is a graphical tool that simplifies the creation of application setup programs for distribution to single user or enterprise-wide desktops. Setups created with the Visual Studio Installer provide advanced capabilities such as centralized distribution for maintenance and updates, application self-repair, and powerful installation rollback facilities.
    Visual Studio Installer setups are based on the new Microsoft Windows® installer technology. The Windows installer reduces the total cost of ownership (TCO) for customers by enabling them to efficiently install and configure applications.
                                                             
  4. Visual FoxPro Tips
    I have noticed some confusion in the newsgroups about using the 'm.' prefix. Using 'm.' is only needed if you have a memory variable with the same name as a field in a currently open table or view. One scenerio for this would be if you tend to use SCATTER MEMVAR and GATHER MEMVAR. You need to reference the memory variables as m.FieldName, especially if you move the record pointer in your code while referencing memory variables. Using the 'm.' prefix will prodce a slight performance hit, but for all intensvie purposes, this is not important (a few seconds more for total execution time if you reference EVERY memory variable in a large app with 'm.') 
                                              
  5. Introduction to Client-Server Development in Visual FoxPro
    In this article, I will explore the many facets of client-server development with Visual Foxpro. Please note, this article was written under the assumption that not many significant changes or enhancements were made to the Client-Server structure of Visual FoxPro version 5.0. Obviously, this article will leave out many complexities that come with programming on a server. I will try to cover the basics, and leave the reader to further explore this development technique as his/her situation merits. I will use Visual FoxPro version 3.x and Microsoft’s SQL Server version 6.x for all of my examples. However, most of these examples can be easily transposed to whatever server platform you have.
                                      
  6. Visual Foxstuff
    We offer a choice of five courses, aimed at different levels of expertise. These are all instructor-led classes, designed for small groups, with each trainee having sole use of a PC. The courses are all highly practical in nature. Our courses are all taught by an experienced Visual Foxpro developer. The training focuses on practical real-world techniques that will be of immediate benefit to you in your work. We will also teach you many time-saving techniques and give valuable insights that will improve your applications and make you a more knowledgeable and productive programmer.
                                        
  7. Visual FoxPro FAQ
    This FAQ was originated because there aren't very many VFP FAQ's out there. Most of the questions are basic in nature, intended to answer the common questions of beginners to VFP. That is not to say that there isn't something out here for more advanced users. In researching for this FAQ, I found a few tips and shortcuts that I had not known before. I hope you do too. This is meant to supplement all other forms of VFP support, not as a substitute. 
                                                       
  8. Visual FoxPro 8.0 with Visual Studio .NET
    Visual FoxPro 9.0 provides the tools you need to create and manage high-performance, 32-bit database applications and components. Get Visual FoxPro 9.0 through MSDN Subscriptions, or as a stand-alone full product or upgrade. Get the latest information on how Visual FoxPro 9.0 can solve your database programming needs. Visual FoxPro 9.0 is just the right tool for all types of database solutions. Its data-centric, object-oriented language gives you a robust set of tools for building database applications for desktop computers, client-servers, or Web services. View product and features information, system requirements, and information on how to get your hands on the best version of Visual FoxPro ever—Visual FoxPro 9.0. 
                                                   
  9. Survey of VFP's International Features
    Many Visual FoxPro commands have international nuances. This is fully documented in the INTL Toolkit. Below is the documentation on international issues for VFP commands. Keep these things in mind as you develop your international applications. Pick the first letter of a VFP keyword, or just scroll down. This section is a compendium of VFP's international features and dependencies. It is a long and detailed section, though fortunately many of the themes are recurring.
         

                                                                         

 





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