When it is about FoxPro - I can solve most of the time myself. But when
it comes to that Windows *- NEED HELP!
This may be a simple FAQ (I hope).
I print 2 page report cards from FPW (Windows 3.11, 8Mb 486, QEMM,
Windows from the hard drive, Novell 3.32, network Printer HP 4Si) with
graphs in general field. After about 40 cards printed I get Fox message
"Printer not ready" and have to cancel. And then any printing from
Windows becomes totally disabled: anything from the same or different
FoxPro session says "Printer not ready", simple text "Print" says "Not
enough memory to print". Nevertheless, the network capture still on, and
print from DOS prompt above Windows works. But in order to print from
Windows again I have to restart them.
When I printed similar graphs from Access, system used to hang after
about 100 cards, but I thought It was because of OLE (or something)
connection to create graph for each card. In FoxPro all graphs are
already in the general field, so this is not the point.
Of course, I spoke with the MicProduct Support, changed everything
possible in all Print Managers and Consoles - no any effect.
Based on my previous Windows-Access-Fox experience, I would agree to
restart Windows every time I get that message. But I do not know a
programmable way to restart (or quit) Windows from inside.
I'd appreciate any clue.