October 11th, 2014

CDFs are the icing on the cake of the DfW user interface. With them you can often provide that extra control. Whilst it
could be argued that DfW still lacks a scripting language with the power of NetPlus’s ScaleScript, CDFs can be made
to go a long way towards filling that needed.



October 11th, 2014

We need to run a report showing data from last month’s second Monday until the day before this month’s second Monday. The time range
from the first month’s second Monday to the next month’s second Monday is entered via a data-entry form.
I want to run the report for an entire year, but can’t work out the right DQL to group the data from each month’s second
Monday until the day before next month’s second Monday.

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DataEase for Dos – How to capture a printer port on NT Network

October 11th, 2014

Command (not to re-capture on login)
net use Lpt1 servernameprintersharedname
Command (to re-capture on login)
net use Lpt1 servernameprintersharedname /persistent:yes
Undo Command : net use Lpt1 /del

A User’s View of DataEase

September 11th, 2014

Welcome to the DataEase User’s Guide. This guide explains how to start DataEase and sign on to a custom application, open previously designed record entry forms, view records, print reports, and use the following special features: , Application Catalog , Toolbar , Query By Form (QBF) , Query By Model (QBM) , DataEase Multiforms , Command Buttons , Custom Menus , Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) , Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) , Transparent SQL Connectivity This documentation includes an introduction to the DataEase graphical user interface, special guidelines for using DataEase in a Client-server environment, and reference information for all data entry, record searching, database administration, and routine maintenance tasks that the users of an application need to understand. DataEaseUser’sGuide

DataEase 6.5 – Opening up DataEase to the World

September 11th, 2014

The article covers the following topics:-
Data access mechanisms employed in the previous versions of DataEase (versions prior to 6.5) and their limitations
The benefits OLE DB brings up to DataEase users
The new scripting features and practical examples of how customers will be using these features in real situations
WebPublisher 2 as a means of opening DataEase databases to the Internet world Summary

DataEase 6.5

Dialogue Techanical Tips

June 7th, 2014

Export Data From Old Style Memo Fields,

Named Relationships,

Undelete with JADA,

Application Objects,

Dialogue Technical Tips 1

DataEase and Ffenics Development

August 10th, 2010

If you are thinking of redeveloping your DataEase DOS application or upgrading your existing DataEase for Windows database then we can help by providing you with a free audit service and impartial advice. Our Audit report will also provide an estimate of time and costs involved for us to perform this work and deliver a modern and streamlined application in either DataEase of Ffenics. All development work is carried out in the UK by consultants with experience in many industries. Development costs can be spread over an agreed fixed period makingthe project more affordable. Download our leaflet for more details.

Leaflet covers version DFW 6.0 – 8.0 and all versions of Ffenics DataEase & Ffenics Development

Installer for DataEase

July 16th, 2010

Installer for DataEase is distributed free with DataEase 7.1 onwards, if you would like any help or assistance in installing the application then please do not hesitate to contact us at 

Installer for DataEase Readme file   DataEase Installer Readme

Ffenics Readme files

August 3rd, 2009

Ffenics Readme files included in Software








What’s In Ffenics 1.6

Installer for Ffenics

April 6th, 2009

Installer is a set of forms and procedures that once installed into a Ffenics application will allow a Developer to create install files (DIW Files) from a pick list.&nbspInstaller for Ffenics acts as a Database within a Database and will also allow you to create selective data export files from the System Relationships and External Functions (ELF) forms.

Available to purchase from the link below

Download the Readme file for more information (Now also includes Ffenics 2)&nbsp:- Ffenics Installer Readme