Updating dataenvironment commands
One of the most impressive features of viewing the data through A360 is that you really can interact with it!Regardless of whether you have any Autodesk products installed, you are able to review, interact, rotate, select, query and even explode the data, directly in your web browser.Chuck takes you with him on an adventure in exploring how to use Cursor Adapter to change the way you relate to data in VFP 8, whether native tables, ODBC, OLE DB, or XML.
is created for a remote view in exactly the same manner as a standard form except that the Views radio button must be selected in order to select the view when adding a table into the Data Environment.In other words, the ability to translate an ODBC data stream, an ADO Record Set, or an XML document into a VFP cursor is all built into the Cursor Adapter class.You can probably tell already that the Cursor Adapter is an effective replacement for the local view and remote view technology from earlier versions (Note: neither of these features has been removed from VFP 8).It can be configured so comments from you or your design partners go to the right person instantly.
The interaction with the model is also extended to a search facility to focus directly on a manufacturer or family type.
If the value is set to localhost, the ROS component will bind only to the loopback interface.