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    Struggling to Upload Files >50 mb

    Perfect. AjaxTimeout is the key. Thank you - UniGUI is an unbelievably clean product. tonyM
  2. Hello, While the tuniFileUpload component doesn't allow much customization - it does seem to get the job done. But when we began trying real files it fails for us consistently after about 30 seconds. The result is we can upload smallish files fine but anything over about 50mb gives a simple messagebox with: communication error We are using hyperserver only. We have tried both 0 and large values for maxAllowedsize We have tried this with the browser on the same machine as hyperserver to eliminate any true network issues. We have combed the discussion topics concerning 'communication error' in relation to uploading. But so far no luck, I bet a lot of people are doing uploads so maybe someone has the perfect tip on this one. thanks, tonyM (unigui
  3. Hello, I am the developer using uniGUI and loving it. But the products being tested for release using Hyperserver on Cloud servers is being done by a small team elsewhere (very elsewhere). It looks as if anyone can 'sign up' on the main uniGUI Discussion Forums page by simply providing display name - email - new password. Will that allow my associate to read and create questions and topics? Would it make sense for me to create the account then pass the information on to the lead guy of that team? thanks, tonyM
  4. I have kept trying various things to try to make unimenutree items display and act as disabled when disabled at runtime (the user's rights are applied) disable the unimenuitem - no effect // welcome1.enabled:=false; //top level // personalchecks1.enabled:=false; //child level disable unitreemenu items directly - no effect //unitreemenu1.items[0].enabled:=false; //does nothing //unitreemenu1.items[4].enabled:=false; //does nothing The alternative is to hide the tree items - but property alone has no effect // welcome1.visible:=false; //these do nothing // personalchecks1.visible:=false; But if these are followed by the code shown in the earlier post the top level tree item does disappear - the child level item does not. ---- So.... Although we would prefer to be able to truly show a disabled look to unimenutree items I may have stumbled upon a workaround to make items invisible. It seems that making the caption of the original unimenuitem empty does the job. // welcome1.caption := ''; //these make it invisible // personalchecks1.caption:=''; //child item invisible now too UniGUI is the greatest - and always getting better it seems tonyM
  5. We use the tuniTreeMenu hooked to tuniMenuItems extensively - works great. I want to be able to disable all the items a user doesn't have the right to access at startup. But assigning values to 'enabled' has no effect. Possible? Anyway, I did find nice code in this group that lets me HIDE individual treemenu items. It works great for Top level items, but not for child items. Hmm. Even if I fully expand the tree items and then execute the code, sub-items don't seem to be affected. Here is an example test of mine: welcome1.enabled := False; //a top level item - BECOMES HIDDEN personalchecks1.visible:=false; //a second level child item - NO CHANGE with UniTreeMenu1 do begin _llist := ''; for I := 0 to SourceMenu.Items.Count-1 do if not SourceMenu.Items.Visible then if _llist='' then _llist := '"'+SourceMenu.Items.Caption+'"' else _llist := _llist + ',"' + SourceMenu.Items.Caption+'"'; if _llist<>'' then begin JSInterface.JSCall('getStore().clearFilter', []); JSInterface.JSCode(#1'.getStore().filterBy(function (record){ if (['+ _llist +'].indexOf(record.get("text"))>-1) return false; else return true;});'); end else JSInterface.JSCall('getStore().clearFilter', []); end; Any workaround hints are appreciated greatly. Thank you, tonyM CC
  6. aem

    HyperServer Response about INI file

    Mystery Solve. My apologies to the group. Our own source was the culprit it seems. Thank you, tonyM CC
  7. After several months of porting various programs to have web interfaces (for cloud deployment) we are ready to delve into the world of deployment. Our first step is to try out HyperServer - running our app compiled in simple stand-alone mode. Of course the simple steps are quite clear: Copy hyper_server.exe and hyper_server.cfg to folder where your application's executable file resides. •Compile your application in Standalone Server mode. You may need to change your project's DPR file to switch from a different mode to Standalone Server. •Edit hyper_server.cfg file and set binary_name parameter to your application's executable name. For example binary_name=myapp.exe •Again hyper_server.cfg file set prompt_login=0 •Run hyper_server.exe •In a browser tab navigate to url http://localhost:8077 •You should be able to see your app's main form or login form in browser tab. [Eventually we figured out that the FMSOFT_uniGUI_xxxx_runtime_xxxx.exe needed to be installed. OK.] Bingo, now localhost:8077\server gets us to the management console nicely. But when we hit our app with localhost:8077 we consistently get a curious message: Expected values not found in config file: C:\Program Files\HyperServer\wValupay.ini Our app is called wValupay.exe but is this some sort of necessary file we must create? If so, I have just missed all mention of it somehow! What would go in there? complete version We do love uniGUI, tonyM
  8. I have pursued the forum and tried several promising methods, but I cannot seem to be able to programmatically control the selected cell of the tunistringgrid. The tunistringgrid clearly maintains both a 'truly selected' cell and a highlighted cell. Ar runtime if you specify grid.row:=3; grid.col:=3; The cell 3,3 is indeed highlighted. But you can still discern a light line around the cell that had been selected earlier. And if the user hits the ENTER key, the editing occurs within that previous cell, not 3,3 as hoped. The subclassing of the grid class and using currcol/currrow doesn't seem to move the true selection either. I was surprised not to find this mentioned anywhere - but I suppose most people use the stringgrid for display purposes rather than as sections of data entry screens. (incidentally, the ENTER key to edit a cell is a constant complaint from EVERY tester we have) If you have a tip about controlling the selected cell I would be grateful. thanks tonyM
  9. The Tunitreenode does not seem to have the TREEVIEW property. Down inside some callbacks I have access to the NODE being modified but I need to access the tree itself and even the frame the tree is in. Is there a straightforward way to get at the TREE from the NODE? Traversing the parent tree upward ends in NIL it seems. thanks, tonyM
  10. Thank You -- Walking back from isolated example to full code revealed a stupid oversight on my part. For those that need spaces, this works well for me as SherZod provided: 1. UniServerModule -> CustomCSS: .customSG .x-grid-cell-inner { white-space: pre; } 2. UniTreeView -> LayoutConfig -> Cls = customSG
  11. How about that? a simple mainform-only test case works! You get the spaces preserved. Now comes the fun - to trial and error my way between the isolated case and the full case. I will report back. Thank you sincerely, tonyM
  12. Thanks -- I see where you are going with the "pre" business. (ala <pre>) Your two steps are simple and clear -- but I did not see any change in the tree listing. If you are darn sure should work (in your experience) I will try it in an isolated test app. tonyM CC
  13. Alrighty, I changed my forum address from my standard development address to my formal corporate email account. This of course is not the registration address that the Seattle office used to purchase and register the product - It is my own account within the purchasing company ClearCycle of Seattle WA. I hope this works for everyone. tonyM
  14. Thanks - We are now official - we purchased and installed last week. As for the unitreenode text, I see now that the node.text contains the string as intended. So when I check unitreeview1.selected.text it might contain a string formatted like: Chk: 000012345 Seq_no: 45-56 But the browser (firefox or edge) displays: Chk: 000012345 Seq_no: 45-56 All text of all nodes are shown this way - spaces squished out. In another thread I got the idea that HTML interpretation may make it necessary to replace every space with &nbsp; I could do that religiously during the load, but I wouldn't be thrilled... If you come across an easier method please let us know. thanks, tonyM CC
  15. Whether added statically at design time or dynamically with xx.add() or xx.addchild() my pre-spaced text seems to be stripped of any multiple spaces - replacing them with one space. So a line like: rootnode.add(nil,''aaaa bbbb'); shows text: aaaa bbbb Our multi-level trees almost always require alignment of the many items that comprise the lines. Using a font like new courier and spaces lets us do that normally. Am I missing a simple way to avoid this stripping action? thanks, tonyM