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#1 Posted : Thursday, June 14, 2007 8:33:04 AM(UTC)

buzon  
buzon

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We have version 14... and we use OCX with dBASE PLUS

without ANY PROBLEM.

We want to use API calls and if they work, we will

upgrade to version 15 for 64 bit support.

But the only examples we have found of the API are in C++

In order to migrate to this API system with dBASE

the closest language would be visual basic 6...

Is there any VB 6 examples of API calls?? 

Help will be appreciated.

 

Emilio [evilaro]

 

 

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#2 Posted : Friday, June 15, 2007 6:59:53 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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Yes, you can use the v15 API in VB 6.  However, you will need to Declare all of the API functions and structures you will use. 

However, we don't have any samples on this in 15 since it's just a general Windows programming technique.  Check out MSDN on how to use the Declare statement.

In version 14.5 we included a BAS file that had all of the API
functions and structures declared for you, but we didn't port this to
version 15.  Check out the file <LEADTOOLS
14>\Include\L_OCXADD.BAS for a starting place for declaring what you need in v15.
 
#3 Posted : Sunday, June 17, 2007 6:02:40 AM(UTC)

buzon  
buzon

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GregR:

 

Thank you... give me sometime and I

will comment.

 

Thanks

 

Emilio

 

 GregR wrote:Yes, you can use the v15 API in VB 6.  However, you will need to Declare all of the API functions and structures you will use. 

However, we don't have any samples on this in 15 since it's just a general Windows programming technique.  Check out MSDN on how to use the Declare statement.

In version 14.5 we included a BAS file that had all of the API functions and structures declared for you, but we didn't port this to version 15.  Check out the file \Include\L_OCXADD.BAS for a starting place for declaring what you need in v15.

 
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