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Download your emails in MIME format with POP3

Do you need to store all business emails, for example, for legal or fiscal purposes? These documents must be stored as they are. That is, how they were received … in their original, unconverted formats. 4D v18 R3 answers this need by providing you with a new method allowing you to get emails in their original MIME format.

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Project Databases: Method documentation is back

When developing an application, it can be very useful to have quick access to the details of a method (e.g., an explanation of what it does, its syntax, and a definition of the parameters passed to it). This becomes even more important when using a compiled component. You can’t look at the content of the method, so you can only rely on its documentation to understand how to use it.

The Explorer’s dialog has been enhanced and documentation is now available in 4D v18 R3 for project databases.

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Multiple web servers in a single 4D instance

Have you ever needed to use multiple web servers in order to, for example, split your web application code into several business units, or separate the administrator’s web server from the user’s or run an old part, not preemptive-ready yet, in a separate instance, allowing the main part to run preemptive?

If you’re nodding your head yes, then keep reading because 4D v18 R3 allows you to do so … with ease.

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Define the font size for automatic font

In a previous R-release, we added two new automatic themes to define font and the font size, so there are three automatic themes at your disposal which respect the guidelines of each platform. To design your interface, the automatic theme is the recommended way to go with each form object using the font and size recommended by the OS.

In some cases, you may need more control and have valid reasons to ignore the guidelines. With 4D v18 R3, you can override the size of the automatic themes and have more control over how your text is displayed.

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Objects Corner: easy sharing & other good news

How many times have you gotten the “Not supported value type in a shared object” error when trying to put an object into a shared object?

What did you do? Write longer code to turn your innocent object into a shared one, perhaps iterating over all of its properties?

How about transferring a shared object from one shared group to another?

 

An interesting thing about objects: you already know they can be used as a hash map (a key/value system), but what about gettings all the keys or all the values with a single line of code?

Keep reading, because 4D v18 R3 is out and brings good news!