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Error: Web application has not started
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  M Husain
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  Jul 24, 2017 @ 05:12pm

I created a test project with one form, one dbf. AA generated the following errors:

Program d:\test\projects\foxincloud\fcprod.prg has the following errors: Unknown ABPATHADD - Undefined Unknown ABPROCADD - Undefined Proc./Func. AWSERVERSTART - Undefined Proc./Func. FCSERVER - Undefined Proc./Func. FCSETS - Undefined

Program d:\test\projects\foxincloud\fcserver.prg has the following errors: Program AWSERVER - Undefined


When i run the form, get the following error:

This transaction can't be accessed because Web application has not started

"Awapphost.formlaunch(tcForm: 'fcfrmmb', tlSubForm: .F., m.tcSuffix: '') - Form fcfrmmb was not instantiated, please check that .Load() and .Init() methods return .T. No valid form found in 'fcFrmMB' Application could not start: """

please advise.

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  FoxInCloud Support - Thierry N.
  M Husain
  Jul 25, 2017 @ 01:57am

Hi Husain,

Please make sure all set procedure and set classlib in your code have the additive clause

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  M Husain
  FoxInCloud Support - Thierry N.
  Jul 25, 2017 @ 03:00pm

thank you Thierry.

there is only one form; no procs or classlib. dbf opens in form dataenviron, all code in form buttons. adaptation runs with 0 manual and adpated project runs fine under vfp9, but only when trying to run from fic studio, i get this error.

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  FoxInCloud Support - Thierry N.
  M Husain
  Jul 26, 2017 @ 04:39am

OK, got a better understanding of your issue

1- project errors: normal (references are in aw.app), no impact at run time

2- runtime error: could you try modify class fcFrmMB of <path to test\>fc.vcx to make sure all references are OK

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