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 Developing at CCS 5.1.1.18992 with minumum problems(crashing)

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yusufakyol


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Posted: 09/22/2017, 2:20 AM Quote message

I've been developing with CC since 2001. Now I use the last version 5.1.1.18992. With my experiences, CCS 5.1 has many problems. But it's possible to use it minimum problems without using some future of it.

You may add your experiences to this list for help new users and also me too.

1. Install and run CCS 5.1.1.18992 with "Administration" mode on Windows 8 and 10 for use without run-time problems.

2. Never use "Design" mode, use "HTML" and "Code" modes.

3. Never use "Application Builder". Instead of it, use "Builders".

4. Don't use "Find" and "Replace". Use your preferred editor's(i.e Notepad++, PsPad) same futures. If you do replacement, close your project at CCS.

5. Don't use "Data Dictionary". It's all useless.

6. Click "Save All Pages" button after a few changes. I do it after each changing. THIS IS VERY VERY IMPORTANT!!!!

7. Always "Save All Pages" at "HTML" mode, especially your page has hard coded non-English characters. Otherwise non-English characters are changed.

8. Don't use Improved MySQL if use UTF8 HTML, UTF8 MySQL DB and your data have non-English characters. Improved MySQL has search and update problems with non-English special characters.

9. Please, add your solutions for about above problems and also other crash situations.


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enforcer-99

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Posted: 01/31/2018, 1:32 AM Quote message

Those are great tips. I've especially had to rely on #2. If I attempt to add objects (labels, fields, sorters, etc) to a form in design mode it will crash about 50% of the time. Adding them in HTML mode works fine.
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DataDoIT
Posted: 02/01/2018, 9:37 AM Quote message

#8 wouldn't be a CodeCharge problem, but rather a problem with MySQL
and/or the MySQL driver being used, along with the language being used.

But lemme add something about Design Mode... Yes, don't use it. However,
whenever any changes are made in either HTML or Code, always swap from
HTML to Code to Design to HTML. Make that a part of your ritual. Check
the HTML again to make sure that the regeneration hasn't hosed things
up, and if not, SAVE. REPEAT.

That simple practice keeps CCS alive and well at least in our
environment, and we've not had issues implementing the latest
MySQL/Maria, PHP, jQuery, Bootstrap, etc., running on the latest Windows
versions.
djgjohn

Posts: 40
Posted: 02/09/2018, 1:17 AM Quote message

My two bob's worth as well:

Stay away from WebRoot anti-malware etc. That software will prevent many CCS functions from working. It assumes for example that custom style creation is a ransomware virus at work.
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Waspman

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Posted: 02/19/2018, 7:48 AM Quote message

Second the *don't use design mode" if, like me, you use another programme for the design element, CCS will mess it up when you switch to design mode.
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Waspman

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Posted: 02/19/2018, 7:49 AM Quote message

Second the *don't use design mode" if, like me, you use another programme for the design element, CCS will mess it up when you switch to design mode.
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