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Learning newbe

Learning newbe

Learning newbe

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As its indicated in the manual WebFocus 7.1.3 Maintain Getting Started, in page 2-5, "How to create the maintain procedure", it says: Right-click FanClub, click new, and then click Project file. (WebFocus Studio)
But I haven't been able to locate this option. I right-clicked the folder FanClub, clicked new and then it shows a list of options but no sign of "Project file" option.
In another manual it says click the Maintain button, also, I haven't been able to locate this button. Please help

RE: Learning newbe

Before giving any response, it would help to know what release of Developer's Studio you were using.

RE: Learning newbe

(OP)
Thank you FocWizard. I'm using release 7.1.3

RE: Learning newbe

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Was out sick.

The manual does not reflect the current state of the product (thanks for pointing it out, we'll try to have it corrected).

Instead of selecting 'Project file', just select 'Maintain Procedure'. It will ask for the item name, and then will show you the next window in the documentation (page 2-6).

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