monte at sweattechnologies.com
Sat May 15 19:28:24 CDT 2004
>I am using Revolution 2.2 I have built a "new" application that
>executes without error running in the IDE/RAD. However, when I
>create a standalone code actually stops executing. I navigate to
>a dialog which retrieves several files from ftp.sec.gov after
>setting the necessary information I click okay. Normally (in the
>IDE/RAD) this downloads the files I selected in a standalone
>thought I executes the mouseUp and never executes the function in
>the card. I have placed try catch block around the area in
>question and receive no errors. In fact I fail to get any errors
>to reflect what is happening. Any ideas?
>1. I am using libURL and have download the updates.
Hmm... I believe it's possible to extract a log from libURL. Maybe that's a
good place to start.
>A message path questions.
>If a main-stack starts using a lib is that lib then in the message
>path of all sub-stacks?
Yes. The only think further back in the message path than a libray is a
backScript and that's only if there is a naming collision.
>Am I correct in my belief that all handlers/functions in a card
>are in the message path of a button on that card.
>How can I "go to" a stack at opening of another stack. Using
>preOpenStack or OpenStack works properly in the IDE but not a standalone.
How does it not work properly in a standalone?
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