tony.moller at drcs.com
Wed Jul 31 11:33:01 EDT 2002
on 7/31/02 11:18 AM, Klaus Major at k_major at os.surf2000.de wrote:
>>> are allowing the user to create new stacks, Employee Database.rev is
>> Okay. So, If I set up a standalone like this:
>> Main stack -> spash screen (opens data stack)
>> data stack -> substack to save data
>> Then the data stack is always saved? Or not? I think I'm missing
>> with the EmpDD substack example.
> no, not quite.
> Main stack -> spash screen (opens data stack)
> ## OK
> data stack -> substack to save data
> ## NO substack, please, since it is part of the mainstack and thus part
> the standalone, that cannot be saved.
> Make the datastack a separate stack.
I think you've hit upon my confusion. If the data is a separate stack
(opened by the main stack), how is that all bundled together into a
standalone so that the data stack is still user modifiable/saved?
P.S. Where in DE? I've been to Frankfurt once, and still have friends there.
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