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|[ IndexTab.zip ] [ 22,061 bytes ]|| [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]|
[ D6 ]
|An IndexTab component facilitates browsing through a dataset whose primary index is, or begins with, a stringfield. An IndexTab appears on a form as a column of buttons; when the (say) 'M' button is pushed, then the dataset's status is changed so that the first record whose key begins with 'M' becomes the current record. After that, the 'in' button changes the buttons to 'Ma', 'Mb', and so on, except that no button is ever generated if there is no corresponding record in the dataset. The 'out' button does what you think it does. If the component is too small, buttons are generated selectively.|
Archive includes demo application using Employee.DB from DBDEMOS database.
Added: 10-12-2001 | Version: 20011209 | Downloads: 2222/2222/1
|[ RRF_IndexTab.zip ] [ 26,791 bytes ]|| [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]|
[ D6 ]
|IndexTab is a component to facilitate browsing through a dataset by jumping to records selected by the value of an IntegerField, SmallIntField, or StringField. An IndexTab appears on a form as a column of buttons whose captions are prefixes (for stringfields) or values (for integerfields) of the field of the dataset. Pressing the button makes the first matching record become the current record. Special 'in' and 'out' buttons regenerate the other buttons to provide a narrower or broader selection of values from the dataset.|
Archive includes demo application that uses the Employee.DB dataset from DBDEMOS.
Added: 26-12-2001 | Version: 20011225 | Downloads: 1499/1499/2
|[ Resizer.zip ] [ 5,867 bytes ]|| [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]|
[ D6 ]
|With appropriate use of controls' Anchor properties, simple forms gracefully adjust themselves to any reasonable screen size. In more complex cases, the designer's judgment comes into play. Instead of trying to capture the designer's rules in a complex OnResize handler, the RRFResizer component lets the designer maintain a database of the desired positions and sizes of a form's controls at each of several screen sizes. Specifically, the RRFResizer is manually invoked to store the current screen size and the form's controls' locations and sizes, and then it is invoked within the form's OnShow handler to restore the sizes and locations that were stored when the screen size was the same as the current one. Components of Resizer.zip Resizer.dpk stored as RESIZER.DPK RRFResize.pas stored as RRFRES~1.PAS RRFResizeDT.pas stored as RRFRES~2.PAS RRFResize.dcr stored as RRFRES~1.DCR|
Added: 10-02-2002 | Version: 20020205a | Downloads: 1662/1662/12
|[ RRFTableTable.zip ] [ 50,661 bytes ]|| [ Freeware ] [ With Source ]|
|The TableTable application allows the user to select a database and then to compile and display two tables (Tables and Fields) that together comprise a census of the tables and fields of the selected database. The information displayed is a proper subset of what can be displayed using Borland's own Database Explorer, but the utility of TableTable comes from the fact that each record of the Tables and Fields tables includes a field in which the user can record comments to explain the structure of his or her database. Limited report printing is also provided. [more]|
Added: 6-03-2002 | Version: 20020304 | Downloads: 522/522/0
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