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Thread dbisam429r2010r
Tue, Mar 12 2019 10:37 PMPermanent Link

Carlos Aneses

Need this file to use the DADE feature in Report Builder.
dbisam429r2010r.*

Using DBISAM 4 .  I don't have the source license.
Is there some place I can download it?
Wed, Mar 13 2019 1:45 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 3/12/2019 10:37 PM, Carlos Aneses wrote:
> Need this file to use the DADE feature in Report Builder.
> dbisam429r2010r.*
>
> Using DBISAM 4 .  I don't have the source license.
> Is there some place I can download it?

That naming does not look totally right but then again i'm on 4.48 and
package names might have changed (4.29 is circa 2010 so 8+ years old)

However this looks like a runtime package which should be present even
in non-source versions - all dcus and compiled packages (design and
runtime) are included AFAIK.

Raul

Wed, Mar 13 2019 11:28 AMPermanent Link

Walter Matte

Tactical Business Corporation

When you are builder the Package - remove dbisam429r2010r.  Then BUild again and it will add dbisamr automatically.

Or if you want edit with notepad the dpk and change dbisam429r2010r with dbisamr before building.

Here is the rbISAM1923.dpk I use.  RB 19 (23 = Seattle).

package rbISAM1923;

{$R *.res}
{$IFDEF IMPLICITBUILDING This IFDEF should not be used by users}
{$ALIGN 8}
{$ASSERTIONS ON}
{$BOOLEVAL OFF}
{$DEBUGINFO ON}
{$EXTENDEDSYNTAX ON}
{$IMPORTEDDATA ON}
{$IOCHECKS ON}
{$LOCALSYMBOLS ON}
{$LONGSTRINGS ON}
{$OPENSTRINGS ON}
{$OPTIMIZATION OFF}
{$OVERFLOWCHECKS OFF}
{$RANGECHECKS OFF}
{$REFERENCEINFO ON}
{$SAFEDIVIDE OFF}
{$STACKFRAMES ON}
{$TYPEDADDRESS OFF}
{$VARSTRINGCHECKS ON}
{$WRITEABLECONST ON}
{$MINENUMSIZE 1}
{$IMAGEBASE $400000}
{$DEFINE DEBUG}
{$ENDIF IMPLICITBUILDING}
{$DESCRIPTION 'ReportBuilder Data Access for DBISAM'}
{$IMPLICITBUILD OFF}

requires
 vcl,
 VCLDB,
 RBIDE1923,
 RBRCL1923,
 RBDB1923,
 RBDAD1923,
 dbisamr;

contains
 daDBISAM in 'daDBISAM.pas';

end.



Walter
Thu, Mar 14 2019 10:52 AMPermanent Link

Carlos Aneses

Walter Matte wrote:

When you are builder the Package - remove dbisam429r2010r.  Then BUild again and it will add dbisamr automatically.

Or if you want edit with notepad the dpk and change dbisam429r2010r with dbisamr before building.

Here is the rbISAM1923.dpk I use.  RB 19 (23 = Seattle).

package rbISAM1923;

{$R *.res}
{$IFDEF IMPLICITBUILDING This IFDEF should not be used by users}
{$ALIGN 8}
{$ASSERTIONS ON}
{$BOOLEVAL OFF}
{$DEBUGINFO ON}
{$EXTENDEDSYNTAX ON}
{$IMPORTEDDATA ON}
{$IOCHECKS ON}
{$LOCALSYMBOLS ON}
{$LONGSTRINGS ON}
{$OPENSTRINGS ON}
{$OPTIMIZATION OFF}
{$OVERFLOWCHECKS OFF}
{$RANGECHECKS OFF}
{$REFERENCEINFO ON}
{$SAFEDIVIDE OFF}
{$STACKFRAMES ON}
{$TYPEDADDRESS OFF}
{$VARSTRINGCHECKS ON}
{$WRITEABLECONST ON}
{$MINENUMSIZE 1}
{$IMAGEBASE $400000}
{$DEFINE DEBUG}
{$ENDIF IMPLICITBUILDING}
{$DESCRIPTION 'ReportBuilder Data Access for DBISAM'}
{$IMPLICITBUILD OFF}

requires
 vcl,
 VCLDB,
 RBIDE1923,
 RBRCL1923,
 RBDB1923,
 RBDAD1923,
 dbisamr;

contains
 daDBISAM in 'daDBISAM.pas';

end.



Walter


So if I have Berlin it will be 24 and the document name would be  rbISAM1924.dpk
Change all the reference to 24 and save it as  rbISAM1924.dpk
Is this correct?
Thu, Mar 14 2019 11:44 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Email timyoung@elevatesoft.com

Carlos,

<< So if I have Berlin it will be 24 and the document name would be  rbISAM1924.dpk  Change all the reference to 24 and save it as  rbISAM1924.dpk Is this correct? >>

You'll need to ask ReportBuilder support to be sure, but yes, that should work.

The DBISAM changes are correct, however (thanks to Walter !).

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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