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Active 4D Packages for Sublime

Peter Jakobsson-2
Hi

Does anyone know where these are now ?

(Plugins for Sublime, textmate etc).

I can’t find them on the Active4D site.

regards

Peter

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Re: Active 4D Packages for Sublime

Evan Sheffield
The Sublime package lives on Github (https://github.com/aparajita/active4d-sublime). If you use the package manager, just add the URL as a repository and you should then see it in the list of available packages to install.

Best,
Evan

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Hi

Does anyone know where these are now ?

(Plugins for Sublime, textmate etc).

I can't find them on the Active4D site.

regards

Peter

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Re: Active 4D Packages for Sublime

Peter Jakobsson-2

On 17 Feb 2015, at 14:59, Evan Sheffield <[hidden email]> wrote:

> The Sublime package lives on Github (https://github.com/aparajita/active4d-sublime). If you use the package manager, just add the URL as a repository and you should then see it in the list of available packages to install.

Thanks Evan !

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accessing array in $attributes collection

Mike Vogt-2
Hi all,
I am implementing a jquery grid that allows for searching the grid contents.  The when performing a search, the following query string (along with other items) is received in the A4D_OnWebConnection $1 parameter from an ajax call. What I need to do is to be able to access the field, op and data elements from the $attributes collection, but I can't see how it's formatted.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,
Mike Vogt



&filters={"groupOp":"AND","rules":[{"field":"sub","op":"cn","data":"B"},{"field":"grade","op":"eq","data":"B1"},{"field":"status","op":"cn","data":"Hold+School"},{"field":"active","op":"eq","data":"Yes"}]}

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New fusebox project problem

Mike Vogt-2
Hi All,
I'm starting a new project with 4D v14.4 on Windows 2008 server, and Active4D v6.1 r13, and I'm experiencing the following:

I have a form whose action is "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save"

When it posts and I trace the on web connection method, I see it come in correctly, but it appears the fbx_settings.a4d file is not detecting an $attributes{"fuseaction"} and is setting it to my home page, which is where I end up when posting the form.

If I simply paste "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save" into the browser, I get the expected page.

This is a new install, so I'm probably not doing something correctly, anyone have an idea what's going on?

TIA,
Mike Vogt

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New fusebox project problem

Mike Vogt-2
Anyone have any idea at all where to look on this?  It's beginning to drive me crazy...
Thanks,
Mike

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Subject: [Active4d-dev] New fusebox project problem

Hi All,
I'm starting a new project with 4D v14.4 on Windows 2008 server, and Active4D v6.1 r13, and I'm experiencing the following:

I have a form whose action is "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save"

When it posts and I trace the on web connection method, I see it come in correctly, but it appears the fbx_settings.a4d file is not detecting an $attributes{"fuseaction"} and is setting it to my home page, which is where I end up when posting the form.

If I simply paste "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save" into the browser, I get the expected page.

This is a new install, so I'm probably not doing something correctly, anyone have an idea what's going on?

TIA,
Mike Vogt


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Re: New fusebox project problem

Aparajita Fishman
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> I have a form whose action is "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save"
>
> When it posts and I trace the on web connection method, I see it come in correctly, but it appears the fbx_settings.a4d file is not detecting an $attributes{"fuseaction"} and is setting it to my home page, which is where I end up when posting the form.
>
> If I simply paste "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save" into the browser, I get the expected page.

Check the “parameter mode” setting in Active4D.ini. Also the “fusebox page” setting.

Regards,

Aparajita

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Re: New fusebox project problem

Mike Vogt-2
Thanks! It was the parameter mode... don't know how that got changed from the default.

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> I have a form whose action is "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save"
>
> When it posts and I trace the on web connection method, I see it come in correctly, but it appears the fbx_settings.a4d file is not detecting an $attributes{"fuseaction"} and is setting it to my home page, which is where I end up when posting the form.
>
> If I simply paste "http://signup.willsub.com/index.asp?fuseaction=start.save" into the browser, I get the expected page.

Check the “parameter mode” setting in Active4D.ini. Also the “fusebox page” setting.

Regards,

Aparajita

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Re: New fusebox project problem

Aparajita Fishman
> Thanks! It was the parameter mode... don't know how that got changed from the default.

Sorry it took so long to reply, I actually replied to your original message days ago, but for technical reasons it was silently rejected by the mailing list.

Regards,

  Aparajita

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Re: New fusebox project problem

Mike Vogt-2
I appreciate that, and I should have triple checked the .ini file. I was thinking it was a v14 thing.

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> Thanks! It was the parameter mode... don't know how that got changed from the default.

Sorry it took so long to reply, I actually replied to your original message days ago, but for technical reasons it was silently rejected by the mailing list.

Regards,

  Aparajita

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