Author: deepak S1409
From a recent thread in borland.public.delphi.nativeapi.win32:
There’s a problem in the way Delphi handles multiple open forms. Delphi applications can have multiple forms, and you will notice that each form does not appear on the task bar. Delphi forms do not have the WS_EX_APPWINDOW style set – this style is required if a window needs to appear in the task bar.
Author: David O17638
One item in my previous post that I specifically didn’t address is the notion of using Eclipse instead of VS. Again, this is something we’d be remiss to ignore. However, the primary ding against Eclipse is its reliance on a…
Author: Tóth Erik
Back after a break. It’s been quite a while since I wrote, so I’ll cut to the chase. Question on newsgroups: How do I set username/password for Basic Authentication on SOAP.
Issues: The HTTPRio.HTTPWebNode.UserName and .Password properties…
Author: Joanna C1415
When we use Delphi to design forms and data modules, every time we place a component on the designer, several things change: the form now shows an appropriate representation of the component, the object inspector changes to show the properties of the component and, if we press Alt-F12, we see the .DFM file now contains information about the component. Whether…
Author: Adailton C38044
The reason there are both Table and Query components is due to the fact there are table-oriented databases like Dbase, Paradox, or Access, and there are set-oriented databases like Interbase, Oracle, and MSSQL. These different types of database…
In VCL.NET (and for those of you paying attention, also in the version of Win32-VCL used in the IDE integration pack for Delphi 8) there is a new property on TCustomForm called PopupMode. This controls how the top-level form behaves with respect to…
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