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  J. MAURICE
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  Feb 28, 2017 @ 07:33am

HI, It's the first time that I try to adapt a VFP app to the web. It's a very big app (FAA thinks it will take me more than40 days to adapt). So I would like to simplify it when it is used by the web.

For example, I have a 'tool form' to recreate indexes, views, .... This form can only be launch by the administrator who works with the LAN. So I would like to prevent FIC to adapt it to the web. Is it possible ? In other words, I would like to exclude some forms from FIC.

I have built 'big' vcx(s) and prg(s) that contain all my standard routines for all my apps. But only some of them are used in the app that I am adaptating. May I exclude some classes, function ? Or must I build a 'private' library and common routines ?

By the way, I want to test the adapataion with only 5 or 6 screens but they need some classes in the libraries et some functions in the prgs :-(

Thanks in advance for all your answers Jean

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  FoxInCloud Support - Thierry N.
  J. MAURICE
  Feb 28, 2017 @ 07:36am

Hello Jean,

You can just create a new (smaller) project including only the *.prg, *.scx and *.vcx you want to adapt.

FAA gives you an option to NOT adapt files that are excluded from your project

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