|Subject:||Re: Am I missing something?
|Date:||Fri, 12 Jun 2020 14:08:48 +1000
|From:||Leslie <"ViaThe List"@NOSPAM.com>
Our application runs fine on every version of windows from XP to latest
Windows 10 and we are using the BDE API directly from C++
The only issue we have had crop up is the Insufficient Shared memory
problem which with the most recent updates of Windows 10 has gone away
on our test machine without us changing anything.
So, the BDE is not failing as yet but the clock is ticking.
On 11/06/2020 7:12 PM, Tom Krieg wrote:
> I just upgraded my development machine to Windows10 1903 because Visual
> Studio's new "modern" flat controls (text boxes, datagrids etc) aren't
> available under any Windows < 10. All updates applied, Windows10 2004
> postponed until the end of July. So I set up the Start menu so it's
> logical and then tested every program I had installed, including Paradox
> 10. I set it to XP compatibilty and I'll be da*m*d if I can get it to
> break. No matter what I do, forms with 4 or 5 notebooks, buttons on each
> notebook, tableframes on each page. No matter what I did, it works
> perfectly. The only difference is, I don't have local share = "On" all
> tables linked to Paradox are in Priv and not shared. I have SMB1 turned
> off by default and my database is a PostgreSQL database that is accessed
> with pass-through SQL and all procesing is done in Procedures, Triggers
> and functions. Queries are (sometimes very complex) SQL Functions on the
> server returning data. No QBE and no local SQL.
> So the problems people are having "MAY" be because the BDE is ageing and
> isn't really compatible with Win10. Paradox keeps working as long as
> it's not stressed by the BDE.
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