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Install clarion program

Install clarion program

Install clarion program

Hi again people!

This time I have two questions and I really hope you can help me.

1. I created an application in Clarion 6.3 and now I want to move it on computer of my boss. When I copy project folder and run project.exe I get multiple errors.
The question is: How can I implement Clarion application on another computer ?

2. I made a word document and put it into my projects folder. Now I want to open that word dokument when I click on the button in Clarion application.
The question is: How can I connect Clarion button and extern text file.

Thank you people and kind regards,

RE: Install clarion program


1. If the project is compiled as STANDALONE, it requires the EXE & DLLs to work. Use Dependency Walker from http://www.dependencywalker.com/ to find what Clarion DLLs are required for your EXE (you can ignore the Windows DLL dependancies).

2. By Word, do you mean a Microsoft Word document or a simple text file? For a simple text file, you could create an ASCII file viewer procedure using the template and view the file. For a MS-Word document, you need to use ShellExecute to open the document in MS-Word.


RE: Install clarion program

Thanks ShankarJ, we can always count on you ;)

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