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vrf Saving Data in VEE

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 23, 2005




Hi Ian,
There is a 'Folder Browser' control within Windows, but it's a bit rubbish.
You cannot specify the start folder, just the uppermost folder.  You may be
able to find other folder broswer controls for sale on the internet - I
have tried the Bit Debris solution, but I never completed the project.  A
few kind vrf contributors have done Vee versions of the same thing - not
quite as 'Windowsy', but they worked ok.  You may find the Vee examples in
the vrf archive.  I ended up using the file-save box, and ignoring any
filename!

Dave






                                                                          
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Hi vrf,


In my VEE program, on one panel , I would like to place an item which
allows me to select which directory is used for storing the test results
generated during test runs. I have searched in VEE and I cannot find an
element which I can place on a panel to do this. Using the CommonDialog
ActiveX box, I can call up a Windows SaveAs dialog but this is not really
what I'm looking for.

There is another ActiveX element - the "Treeview" - which could probably do
the job. Do you have a Treeview example with the supporting code which
would configure it as a directory browser / selector and would place it
with a defined position and size on a VEE panel. Effectively, what I'm
looking for is something which is the same as the DirListBox control which
comes as part
of Visual Basic.

Cheers

Ian
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