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Code migration clarion 6 to clarion 9 TXA issues

Code migration clarion 6 to clarion 9 TXA issues

Code migration clarion 6 to clarion 9 TXA issues

Hey all,

I am learning clarion for my job, and I'm pretty new to it(about 2 months), but I've been given a project to migrate a procedure from an old, customized/branch of an application in clarion 6 to replace the same procedure in the current clarion 9 version. I've never done this kind of project before and haven't been given much guidance, except to use TXA export from clarion 6, make changes to ensure compatibility with the standard dictionary, and import into clarion 9. Unfortunately, the person who coded and maintained these application has also left the company, so he's not available to answer questions.

The problem I'm having is that when I import the procedure, if I open the embeds or properties or the window designer and then close it, the entire procedure is wiped blank. I've been told this is probably an issue of templates between clarion 6 and 9, but even exporting a procedure from clarion 9 and importing back into the same app has the same result.

Has anyone seen any really good, in depth tutorials on code migration between version using TXA files? I'm pretty much looking for a 'for dummies' at this point. :/

RE: Code migration clarion 6 to clarion 9 TXA issues

Hi, try search here
Converting C6->C9 (= C6->C8 = C6->c7) have the same small problems.

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