Sorry, no. People, you should always save your source code!
Save it to a diskette, or your personal directory, or whatever;
you'll need it (1) if you need to make changes, (2) if your delivered
files get corrupted or trashed, (3) to re-deliver your forms to
run on another version of Paradox if someone gets an upgrade.
There are expensive third-party utilities for breaking passwords,
and a couple of them advertise monthly in Paradox Informant. But
I don't recall ever hearing of an "undeliver" utility.
Can't do it- you're looking at a re-write.
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Well, you can always start with the Form Expert... Sorry, that is
exactly one of the reasons "delivered" forms exist, to protect the
source code. There is no method for "de-delivering" a form. Source
cannot be recovered from any delivered Paradox object.
Backup, backup, backup...
t SRP 2.00 #1203 t Is that seat saved? No, but we're praying for it.
One learns the lesson of frequent and current backups but once ... :-(
I don't know of any PdoxWin decompilers but one probably exists out thereQuote:> I deleted my source files for the form and the library. Can I go back
> from the delivered files back to the source.
I have a form that on a command button opens up Windows explorer with
API. I have gotten that far.
How do I get a file on my hard drive to bring it to a specific field in
a table in my data base done automatically?
Thanks in advance