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  1. Hi rowit, I am a fairly novice user myself too, and coincidentally I think I am trying to solve a similar problem. From what I have researched on my own, I understand that in order to use "external/live" data into Google Earth you need to publish it as KML (not KMZ). As a sub-scenario, if this data is modified continuously, then you need to publish it on request every time Google Earth refreshes. This is done through PHP scripting which connects to the database you have stored your info and extracts the data you want following an XML syntax (KML is loosely regarded as XML). Otherwis
  2. Thanks a lot bcooney and Wim, that's just about all I really needed to know ! One last question Wim, when you say "its own Documents folder" you mean the directory tree where it is installed, or the "Documents" folder?
  3. Hi there. Can someone help me at this? I need to be able to export a table as Excel in a temp directory (preferably in a subdirectory from where the .fp7 file resides)and then be sent to a fixed email address as an attachment. Is it possible that the process be started through an IWP session (unsure)? How will I specify the path inside the server machine? More questions upon an answer possibly Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi there! I've been trying to implement this on my own for some time and this looks really nice. What I'd like to ask however has to do with the way I need to integrate/modify this selection tool in my app logic. What I'm trying to accomplish is this: I need a way to track "object subscriptions to groups", i.e. I have a table of "Objects" that sometimes are members of "Groups". What I've done so far, is Create an "Objects" and a "Groups" table, joined by a Many-to-many relationship through an intermediate table called "GroupMember". I can therefore have multiple memberships for th
  5. Ok but I can't understand where this calc should be put. Also, what about subtracting 15' from the time?
  6. Hi all! I'm trying to make a more firendly way of entering time-of-day data into two fields, let's call them TimeStart and TimeEnd. What I'd like to have is an interface which: 1)allows typing the time in continuoous form, ommiting the separator, 2)allows for setting the time by using two buttons beside the time field (increase/decrease) for a specified increase/decrease time step 3)cycles between 00:00 and 23:59 (time-of-day strict data type) Currently, I have a script for the increase/decrease buttons by using a Set Field script step attached that uses the following f
  7. At a first glance, it looks like it's ok for the job. If I face any problem I'll let you know. Thanks a lot.
  8. 1."αβγ123" and "abc123" should not be considered mixed (numbers don't matter) 2. Data entry involves latin characters in other fields If you refer to characters like - ά,έ,ί,ή,ϊ,ΐ etc, in a Greek keyboard layout these are typed almost directly (e.g. ά = ;+α), therefore, no Alt or Option key used.
  9. No, numbers would not matter. Hence your example would be mixed=FALSE The mentioned function will be used when storing inventory IDs comprised of initials and numbers (MP234, ΜΣ234a). Due to the use of Greek characters a potential mistyping of common letters in latin(e.g. A,B,M,N,O etc) could easily cause sorting/searching problems. By displaying a warn symbol or even not validating the entry I imagined I could effectively confront this. Once again, numbers don't matter, only if the text contains greek and latin characters. mixed characters only greek=FALSE only latin=FAL
  10. That would be TRUE (mixed characters), whereas: "abc" or "αβγ" is FALSE (not mixed)
  11. Well the problem is that it may contain "abc", "αβγ" as well as "abcdαβγδ". I want to check whether it contains mixed Latin and Non-Latin characters or not (i.e. TRUE= case #3 only). Hypothetically, I could use two expressions (one for latin and one for non-latin chars) like yours side-by-side checking for both, but then it sounds error-prone to hard-code/define the complete unicode set, isn't it? Therefore, I thought a recursive function which checks separately if each character falls in a specified code range would do the job. But then I can't write it myself :B :B
  12. Hi, I've been looking for a way to check (via a calculation) whether a text string contains any non-latin characters. Specifically I'm interested in checking whether text string contains characters only between code(902)-HEX386 AND code(974)-HEX3CE of the Unicode set (greek language), or others too. The string is not supposed to be large (<100 chars) in length so recursion limits will not be an issue I think. I only want to have a "switch" turned to (1) when mixed characters are typed (Greek + others). Can anyone help with building a function for this scope? (I'm really bad at th
  13. Returning to one of my old posts, can someone clarify something on the use of Ray Cologon's example of Ultralog? According to Ray: "All edits are logged in the table where they reside (so, for instance, portal edits must be logged in the portal table)." So, if I am using the Anchor-Buoy method in my schema, where do I have to make the needed connections (for the separate LogArchive and LogPivot tables) in order for his example to work? If one table is to be used in many instances (for different anchors), how do I log it's data into a separate table? Do I need an instance of the Log
  14. It seems to me both you are right. Indeed, instead of messing with php I'd already begun thinking of modifying my business logic (edit, commit) in such a way that audit logging will work, instead of trying to solve the problem via PHP, although at first I wanted to avoid it. Thank you for your comments.
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