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Welcome to the DataFlex Wiki.
The free DataFlex encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
166 articles in English

About DataFlex Wiki

DataFlex.Wiki is a free resource for DataFlex developers to share and promote their knowledge, ideas, resources and projects with other developers.

This wiki complements the thriving DataFlex community, and aims to provide a site where all DataFlex tools, utilities and resources (new and old) both from Data Access (producers of DataFlex) and third party DataFlex software companies are brought together.

Resources

These are the 10 most recently added pages on DataFlex.wiki:
  1. SyncFusion Library from VDF-Guidance
  2. Process Pool Demo
  3. DFWiki:About
  4. Category Overview
  5. Basic example of Google Charts with DataFlex WebApp
  6. Using dfSplat to identify object leaks
  7. DfSplat
  8. Set Web Property with a Client-Side event
  9. Codesigning : Part 1 : The Request
  10. Variant

To see the 50 most recently added pages, go to Newest Pages

Category Overview

These are the categories to which most pages are assigned. Click on a category to see the pages within it:
AJAX
Events
How To
JSON
REST

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Want to contribute?

All users are invited to contribute on whatever way they can! If you're not sure how to contribute, try one of the following:

  • Upload pictures from a DataFlex event you attended! (click on upload file)
  • Find an event that you have attended and write notes for that.
  • Checkout the list of wanted pages. These are pages that are linked to, but not yet written. If there is one there you feel you can say something useful about, click on the link and start writing. Those with several links are obviously seriously needed!
  • Not sure you have any knowledge you can add? Contribute by helping with Formatting and Categorising of pages.
  • Still not sure? Feel free to contact one of the many frequent contributors to this site. We don't bite!
  • Due to combating spam, anonymous edits are disabled, so you need to get an account. If you don't have an account yet, then read here at the administration page how you can get one.