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Using Comm1 to receive data

Using Comm1 to receive data

Using Comm1 to receive data

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We've developed an application that collects telephone call information from the PABX, strips out the unwanted data and charges Hotel guests for their telephone calls. At present we use Telix software to cllect the data and then our Foxpro application takes it out of the captured file. I want to be able to collect the data directly in the Foxpro program. We tried using FOPEN, FREAD & FSEEK. but can get it to work. Does anyone know how to get this running?

RE: Using Comm1 to receive data

Check out this url

http://www.hallogram.com/commtool/foxidx.html

It is a library for fox called commtools.

It can do what you want and a lot more besides

Check out the site in detail because it has a few products that may do what you want.

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