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APPX 6.0 Upgrade Instructions This page provides the information needed to upgrade an existing APPX 5.4.5 (or higher) installation to APPX 6.0 Overview Release...
APPX 5.5.0/5.5.1 Feature Index This is the starting point to discover details of the new features found in APPX Release 5.5 and subsequent patch releases. Follow...
APPX HTML Client 5.5.0/5.5.1 This page gives installation instructions and an overview of the Appx HTML client. Overview The Appx HTML client is designed to allow...
Data API The Data API provides a set of tools you can use to have your APPX applications respond to web based queries. Overview The Data API is a collection of tools...
APPX 5.5.0/5.5.1 Installation Instructions This page provides instructions for installing APPX 5.5.0 and subsequent patch releases.. Notes IMPORTANT: This version...
APPX HTML Client Features This page provides an overview of the features in the latest HTML client The version number of the client can be determined by hovering...
APPX 5.5.0/5.5.1 Features Application Design This page describes the new features in Application Design in Release 5.5.0 and subsequent patch releases. Note that...
APPX 5 connectivity to DB2 on AIX How to configure APPX 5 to store data inside IBM`s DB2 on AIX. Note: Support for DB2 has been discontinued. Overview Release...
APPX Database Interfaces The database interfaces in APPX 5.0.0 have been updated to support newer versions. Support for Microsoft Access and DB2 has been discontinued...
APPX 6.0.0 Features This page provides an overview of the new features in APPX 6.0. Overview The most significant change in this is release is support for a Unicode...
Welcome to the APPX WIKI web Welcome to the APPX Software, Inc. TWiki site. This web site is dedicated to all things APPX.. This web site is intended to be for the...
APPX Widget Macros APPX provides special functionality for various widgets via the use of macro commands that can be inserted in the Tooltip or Label field on the...
APPX 5 Linux/Unix New Installation Overview Two different methods are provided to install APPX on Linux/Unix. There is a GUI installer and a Console Mode (character...
.ENV GET ENV (ALL) This subroutine returns the value of all environment variables. Available in Release 5.4.7 higher (except for 6.0.0) Usage: GOSUB...
APPX 5.4.0/5.4.1/5.4.2/5.4.3/5.4.4c/5.4.5/5.4.6/5.4.7 Feature Index This is the starting point to discover details of the new features found in APPX Release 5.4 and...
APPX Runtime Subroutine API This page lists all the available API`s in the current version of Appx. Various API`s have been released at different times and are documented...
.CLIENT CHECK VERSION This subroutine returns the version of the Desktop Client. Usage: PASS version text FIELD SHARE? Y...
APPX Runtime Subroutine API These APIs can be used by an APPX designer to interact with the APPX Runtime Application ( ) to gain access to extra functionality. This...
.DATA WRITE STREAM This subroutine allows you to return data to the caller. This is only useful when working with the Data API (Release 5.5.0 higher) Usage:...
.WIDGET SET TOOLTIP This subroutine sets or clears the tooltip for selected widgets. Added in Release 6.1 Usage: PASS tooltip text...
.WIDGET SHOW BY NAME This subroutine shows previously hidden widgets. Usage: PASS beg at name FIELD SHARE? N PASS...
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My Links WelcomeGuest starting points on TWiki TWikiUsersGuide complete TWiki documentation, Quick Start to Reference WebHome try out TWiki on...
My Links WelcomeGuest starting points on TWiki TWikiUsersGuide complete TWiki documentation, Quick Start to Reference WebHome try out TWiki on...
Client Side Processes File Transfers This page is intended for APPX Release 5.0 and earlier. In Release 5.1 various API`s were introduced to perform these functions...
APPX Client Control Double Click Behavior This client setting allows you to control the behaviour of a double click. Overview This client property allows you to...
APPX Client Arrow Key in Scrolling Regions This client setting causes use of the arrow keys in a scrolling process to scroll records up or down the screen. Overview...
APPX Client Turn the Block Cursor On or Off This client setting lets you control the block cursor. Overview This client property allow you to control the block...
APPX Client Draw Border around Active Scrolling Region This client setting turns on or off the blue border we draw around the active scrolling record. Overview...
APPX Client New Scan Button This client setting replace the scan button with a smaller scan button. Overview This client property replaces the standard Scan button...
APPX Client Presentation Remote This client setting allows you to use certain keystrokes used by presentation remotes to trigger selected Appx options. Overview...
Tech Tip Client Side Printing by Gary Rogers, APPX Director of Training and Consulting With the advent of the APPX Desktop Client, a broad range of features were...
APPX Client Swipe/Drag Scrolling This client setting causes mouse drag and touchscreen swipe actions to translate into Appx Panning and Scrolling options. Overview...
External Commands from the Windows Client In Release 5.1 and higher you can use the APPX Desktop or HTML client and the .CLIENT LOAD URL API. In earlier versions,...
Invoking Windows Shell Functions In order to invoke a Windows shell function (such as a batch file or executable) from APPX for Windows, you can use a syntax similar...
RUN in Series or Parallel When you RUN from APPX/Unix, APPX won`t resume running until the shell object called has completed. They execute in series. When you RUN...
Tech Tip by Gary Rogers, Director of Training, APPX Software, Inc. As you migrate your users to the Appx Desktop Client you will find that one advantage you gain is...
.CLIENT LOAD URL This subroutine loads a URL, document, runs a command on the user`s PC or changes a client setting. Usage: PASS url...
.CLIENT PLAY SOUND This subroutine plays a .wav file on the user`s PC. Usage: PASS wave file FIELD SHARE? N GOSUB...
HTML Editor Improvements The HTML Editor has been changed to make it easier to use with small text fields. Overview: The HTML Editor has been changed to make it...
APPX HTML Client 5.4.5 This page gives installation instructions and an overview of the Appx HTML client. Overview The Appx HTML client is designed to allow you...
APPX HTML Client 5.4.6/5.4.7 This page gives installation instructions and an overview of the Appx HTML client. Overview The Appx HTML client is designed to allow...
.CLIENT CHECK FOR GUI This subroutine returns a flag to indicate if the user is running the Desktop Client. Usage: PASS gui...
.CLIENT DOWNLOAD FILE This subroutine will download a file to the user`s PC. Usage: PASS status code FIELD SHARE? Y...
.ENV GET PATH SEP This subroutine returns the directory separator character of the host operating system. Usage: PASS path separator FIELD...
.ENV GET PARENT PROC This subroutine returns the name and type of the parent process. Usage: PASS parent type FIELD SHARE...

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