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What's New in Visual FoxPro 7.0
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Pg. 81-82, in the code for reverting all data, the loop to roll back all transactions should be inside the FOR loop for data sessions, as transactions are scoped to the data session.
Here’s the replacement code for the VFP 6 version:
Here’s the replacement code for the VFP 7 version:
Pg. 111, in the section "Objects collection," it states that the Objects collection has Count and Item properties. In fact, while the _VFP Objects collection has both, the Objects collection for VFP's native container objects doesn't expose the Item keyword, and members of the collection can be accessed only by indexing the Objects collection itself, like this:
Pg. 172, in the second paragraph of "Specifying read-only and write-only properties," there's a reference to "a PropertyLet() method." It should say "a PropertySet()" method.
This list contains changes in VFP 7 that aren't documented in the book.
The PACK command now accepts the name of a table and packs that table. While it does open the table behind the scenes to do its work, it closes it afterward. The table must be available for exclusive access.The other forms of the PACK command, PACK DBF and PACK MEMO, also accept a table name.
The dropdown for index type on the Indexes page of the Table Designer no longer includes "Unique" as one of the options. Only primary, candidate, and regular indexes can be created there.