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    Answered TAB-Problems mixing NET-controls AND ABL-widgets

    Mixing widgets like that is bound to find such problems unfortunately. I think what you'll need to do is to write your own handlers. So on the tab of the ABL widget before the .Net control, programmatically tab into the .Net control. On the tab of the .Net control, force entry to the next ABL...
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    Question More ergonomic view

    If you are on a modern Progress version then you can use Telerik Ultra Controls or Infragistics Ultra Controls on .Net forms that will look very similar to the example you used above. You will have to work very hard to make classic ABL look nice (IMO), and you will have to work even harder to...
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    Log Manager - All Handles are Documented or NOT

    Personally I would always view such an approach as an indicator of a possible problem to investigate further, rather than a definite problem. It's a good approach to finding memory leaks, but it's not an exact science.
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    Performance issue Database

    @TomBascom originally there was a promon screenshot on here that had zeroes on every metric, along with the info that it was, indeed, version 9. @Mike if your database has 0 reads, or writes, then your buffer hit will be 0.
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    Resolved sending outlook mail with graphics

    Something like this might help: How to: Programmatically send email - Visual Studio Or this: Sending Email through Outlook 2010 via C#
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    Resolved sending outlook mail with graphics

    I've not researched more than just a quick Google, but it looks like you can use .Net to send emails through Outlook. My feeling is, this would be more robust and future proof than COM.
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    Performance issue Database

    Your database is doing nothing.
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    Resolved sending outlook mail with graphics

    Also, using the COM Object for anything new is a bad idea IMO. It's slow, clunky, and reliant on Microsoft keeping the functionality the same across versions (which is not guaranteed!).
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    Answered IDE for progress

    Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge. There's no real reason not to IMO. It's worth looking into the chargeable OEDT plugin for Eclipse as well. Omecra
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    Progress Variables.

    Sounds like you need a LONGCHAR and a LONGDRINK as you read the documentation :)
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    Remove unwanted large spaces in string value

    That doesn't look like just spaces. It looks like there are also line breaks in there. So what constitutes a large space, as RHD says?
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    Start-Search - Trigger in a browse

    Do you have a specific question please?
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    What happen to Progress

    Thanks Rob - closing this one.
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    Comment OE Replication

    Just because there are reports about OE Replication in PANS doesn't mean it's unstable or unusable. By that logic I should avoid using OpenEdge at all because there are problems reported in PANS every day. In general it just works, so long as you monitor everything. I have NEVER had any...
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    Running RESULTS report from Windows Task Scheduler

    Wow thanks Osborne. I'd completely forgotten that nugget. It seems it went by the wayside with v9. What's the purpose of it? Why would someone still be using it?