Excell ‘sees’ it ok and I can get the data but can get it in windev. My company uses this and I am trying to get a collection application that I wrote in Alpha5v4 to work with it. This design change was a major improvement in the power of Clarion code generation. Results 1 to 3 of 3. Hi, there seems to be a problem with windev not ‘seeing’ the created DSN.

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Bruce Barrington formed Barrington Systems and released version 1. What versions of Clarion are available which which features? This design change was a major improvement in the power of Clarion code generation.

There are “free” ODBC drivers for some databases, but that’s normally databases where you have to pay a license for each user that access the. This is a topic that comes up on the newsgroups from time to time. For example, in DOS a screen procedure could support browsing a single data table. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. My company uses this and I am trying to get a collection application that I wrote in Alpha5v4 to work with it.

If you ever drop that variable on a form in Clarion’s IDE, it adopts those properties and they are reflected automatically. Barrington’s goal was to create a language that would be compact and expressive, and would maximize the use of the memory-mapped screen of the IBM PC by creating a screen designer.


Code blocks typically have an implicit start no BEGIN word is odbd and either an explicit or implicit end. My general impression is that it seems you get a faster experience with the Native Client and others have reported significant differences, especially when connecting to a remote server. As Clarion is based claion. Templates are shipped in source form, and can be edited, however the editing of shipping templates is not recommended. It was marketed as a database for nonprogrammers, but didn’t quite live up to that claim.

NET applications with VB. I checked everywhere on there site and I couldn’t find it. What types of developers use Clarion? Clarion is the result of an idea for a “better mousetrap” by Bruce Barrington, the original creator of idbc language.

Clarion for Windows version 1. NET development, however given that at least 14 years have passed since Clarion.

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Hi, Thanks for your reply. You can check your clarioj manager in windows if windev is running. I though there might be some not so obvious way to do it on the windev side.

Many existing users found the transition to CDD difficult. It is possible for non-programmers to generate sophisticated “data based” programs while at the same time either writing no language code at all or by adding only minimal amounts of their own code.

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What do you do to ensure that I do not outgrow Clarion? Clarion Software and many third-party tool developers created LEMs for all purposes, including an extension for connecting to other databases such as dBaseClipper and Paradox.


I have never heard of Clarion, is it new? This can result in some functionality being described in the help together clariin code snippets where that functionality is not in the specific product being used.

However most developers do not clarrion whole programs at the code level, but make use of the templates to generate code.

I see there are 3rd party HTTP libs and of course we could muck around with the w32api. Clarion is an award winning Integrated Development Environment IDE which uses innovative template technology to produce “boiler- plate” code thus increasing productivity while greatly decreasing clxrion chance for errors.

Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. This article needs additional citations for verification. Major new features other than the standard modern IDE features lacking in C6 include a build system based on MSBuild and backward compatibility with all releases of Clarion going back to Clarion for Windows 1.