Can anybody HELP !!
camm29 at tesco.net
camm29 at tesco.net
Wed Feb 4 04:46:02 CST 2009
Dave , Jac and all involved.
Well some progress .....just why ?
Made no difference using revAnswerDailog from 2.8.1 but
I used revStandalonesettings.rev from 2.8.1 and BINGO !!!!
Standalone built on Rev 3.0 .......
---- "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> Dave wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've been looking at the problem reported by Camm and others and I
> > *think* I have found at least part of the problem. The inability to save
> > a stack with a password set and the answer dialog enabled.
> > In my application, I have a "Dummy" Splash Screen Stack (call it
> > "StartUp.rev") that servers as a place holder (as well as other things)
> > to build a Standalone from, e.g. when I build a Standalone, I (at least
> > initially and subsequently if I want to change settings), open the
> > Standalone settings dialog which causes an array containing the settings
> > to be written to custom props in StartUp.rev. When I look at this stack
> > in the Application Browser, I see that there are now two Sub-Stacks in
> > the StartUp.rev file:
> > answer dialog
> > ask dialog
> > Also in the main stack of "StartUp.rev" I find that I have a group
> > called "revLibraries", this contains a number of "buttons" that have
> > code in them, such as "revXMLRPC, revPrintBack, etc.
> Yes, that's exactly the problem.
> > Is this normal? If not then I think the Standalone builder is somehow
> > storing these items in the wrong file.
> Right. It isn't normal, and we'd determined that the files were being
> written to the wrong stack. The problem is, we can't make it happen and
> no one is sure why it's only happening to Camm (and now to you.) When we
> reviewed his example stack, and tested on several machines, the files
> were written correctly and the standalone built fine. Those on the list
> who also tested it had no issues either. It's encouraging that you may
> be able to reproduce it, that would be very helpful.
> > If you add password protection to this, it *might* be the problem people
> > have been reporting.
> > Any comments on this greatly appreciated.
> I'm sure you are correct. If you can figure out what is different about
> your stack, and if it corresponds to something in Camm's stack, then we
> may be able to figure it out.
> It would be interesting to see if you can build his sample stack.
> Perhaps you could get a copy from him (or ping me privately and I'll
> send it to you.)
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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