[nycfoxsig] Re: New York City Visual Foxpro Meeting Thurs, June 5 -- Using Microsoft SQL from VFP

  • From: "Alen Kalati" <alen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <nycfoxsig@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 22:30:02 -0400

Oh Yummy. Good subject. I hope I can make it...
Let make sure its indeed room 803 and not 308 or 807 or even room #
1100100011 (803 in binary)...

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[mailto:nycfoxsig-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jay Berardinelli
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2008 8:56 PM
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Subject: [nycfoxsig] New York City Visual Foxpro Meeting Thurs, June 5
-- Using Microsoft SQL from VFP

New York City Visual Foxpro Meeting Thursday, June 5 -- Room 803 NYU

Our next meeting is Thursday, June 5, 2008 
FYI - the next scheduled meeting after this will be August 7, 2008.

Let's see some new faces!! 

Our guest speaker will be Jay Berardinelli, President of Docman
a custom software developer based in NYC.

Topic will be: Using Microsoft SQL from VFP

Jay discusses the way he designs systems to use Microsoft SQL without
the need for DBC's and
remote views, thus eliminating the usual headaches that occur when the
SQL schema changes, 
and the remote views are all broken.

Various techniques will be demonstrated to show how to get a record from
the server, and update it.  
Other discussion points include: cursor adapters, SQL pass thru, error
parametized SQL commands, SQL connection strings, calling SQL stored
procedures, audit trails, plus much more.

Jay has been programming and designing systems since 1980, and is
considered an expert in the use of Visual Foxpro, 
having worked with it since its inception.  In addition to custom
software development, 
Docman Corporation also offers full turnkey office automation, including
the sale and support of equipment 
(servers, pc's, networks, and phone systems).

The meeting will be held in (or near) room #803 in the NYU Main/Silver
building, at 7 pm. 

The building is on the northeast corner of Washington Square, the
entrance being on Waverly Place. 

Go to the guard station inside for directions. Bring photo ID. 

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