64bit OCX treeview

Posted by PeterWokke on 18-Nov-2014 08:24

Who knows??

Is there a 64bit OCX treeview to replace the standard windows 32bit OCX treeview.

Kind Regards,

Peter Wokke

 

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Posted by Matt Gilarde on 18-Nov-2014 08:59

TreeView is contained in MSCOMCTL.OCX and Microsoft doesn't provide a 64-bit version of MSCOMCTL.OCX. I'm not aware of any compatible replacement. For that matter, I'm not aware of another 64-bit OCX that provides a similar control, compatible or not. When we created the 64-bit OpenEdge GUI client we removed the TreeView control from most of the tools which used it.

Posted by Rohit Kumar on 18-Nov-2014 09:04

The treeview ocx is not available in 64-bit AppBuilder. However, you should be able to see the treeview in 64-bit PDSOE.

Please note that an informative message (with an option to dis\able this message for the session on opening new files subsequently) has been added in 11.5 for the 64-bit AppBuilder. Refer PSC00315780

Posted by Mike Fechner on 18-Nov-2014 09:05
Moving to 64 bit really means considering .NET Controls instead of OCX.
 
.NET Controls can be used as an add-on to the classic ABL GUI. It does not require a major rewrite.

Posted by Jeff Ledbetter on 18-Nov-2014 09:05
The PureABLTreeView project floating around works as a possible replacement.  It’s not been updated in 5 years or so but it gets the job done and is open source.
 
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TreeView is contained in MSCOMCTL.OCX and Microsoft doesn't provide a 64-bit version of MSCOMCTL.OCX. I'm not aware of any compatible replacement. For that matter, I'm not aware of another 64-bit OCX that provides a similar control, compatible or not. When we created the 64-bit OpenEdge GUI client we removed the TreeView control from most of the tools which used it.

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Posted by PeterWokke on 19-Nov-2014 02:15

Hello Jeff,

You mentioned the PureABLTreeView is there some documentation about this.

Are there some sample sources about this ABL TreeView.

Looking forward to your reply,

Peter Wokke

Posted by agent_008_nl on 19-Nov-2014 03:44

community.progress.com/.../1995.pure4gltv-a-clone-of-the-ms-treeview-in-pure-abl.aspx

Sample code in the zip iirc.

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Posted by PeterWokke on 20-Nov-2014 01:59

I have downloaded the pure4gltreeview.

You have to do a view adjustments on the path settings in the .p and .i files to compile it.

Documentation is clear and have done my first replacement.

It is a good alternative. Replacing the treeviews by a .Net control takes more time wich I not have at this moment.

Would recommend this SmartObject.

Thanks all for your input in this.

Kind regards,

Peter Wokke

Posted by Jeff Ledbetter on 20-Nov-2014 08:43
 
Cool! Post some screenshots of the finished work. J
 
 
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I have downloaded the pure4gltreeview.

You have to do a view adjustments on the path settings in the .p and .i files to compile it.

Documentation is clear and have done my first replacement.

It is a good alternative. Replacing the treeviews by a .Net control takes more time wich I not have at this moment.

Would recommend this SmartObject.

Thanks all for your input in this.

Kind regards,

Peter Wokke

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