Preset Network Settings

Joshua Fletcher (5/15/14 3:55AM)
Sujit Shah (5/15/14 11:03AM)
J?rg Knebel (5/15/14 11:20AM)


Joshua Fletcher (5/15/14 3:55 AM)

If you're building a merged app you can do it at build time:

http://doc.4d.com/4Dv14/help/Title/en/page1318.html
http://doc.4d.com/4Dv14/help/Title/en/page1319.html

What this does is spit out a "EnginedServer.4Dlink" with the client
app. =A0You can of course create that file yourself after the build
as
well.

If you are NOT building a merged app, you can still use a 4D link file
but you have to:

-Train the user to drop the 4DLINK file on the 4D.exe.
-They may be able to double-click the 4DLINK file but you may have to
take care of file associations (it depends how you have installed 4D).

-or-

-Launch the app using something other than 4D, e.g. use bat/sh file.
-Train the user to double-click the bat/sh file.
-You can even create a shortcut to the bat/sh file and therefore
choose a custom icon.

These aren't the only options but hopefully you get the idea.

Kind regards,

Josh

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Josh Fletcher
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4D, Inc

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-----Original Message-----
color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>IIs there a way to package preset
network settings on the 4D Client
executable so the user connects to the server automatically bypassing
the
network settings dialog?
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Sujit Shah (5/15/14 11:03 AM)

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Is there a way to package preset network settings on the 4D Client
executable so the user connects to the server automatically bypassing
the
network settings dialog?

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J?rg Knebel (5/15/14 11:20 AM)

Sujit,

On 15/05/2014, at 11:03 AEST, Sujit Shah <sujit.au@... wrote:

color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>IIs there a way to package preset
network settings on the 4D Client
executable so the user connects to the server automatically bypassing
the
network settings dialog?
/color>

Not 100% sure but I think you can realise it with a 4D-Link-file or
something along that line.

Cheers
J&Ocirc;&oslash;?rg

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