BCS Data Element Display Label

Each data element has an associated display label.  This application allows the user to update the display label. When the DED Data Entry option is selected the following dialog appears allowing the user to select an existing database and table. Simply double click on the desired data alias and table name to select it.  Once selected […]

BCS Tidy Menu Items

The menu system contains numerous entries and this section of BCS Tidy orders those entries in ascending alphabetical sequence. The input appears below. [codesyntax lang=”delphi”] {*—————————————————————————– Procedure: OnMenuClick Author: Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems, LLC Date: 04-May-2016 @Param Sender: TObject @Return None —————————————————————————–} procedure TBCSMenu.OnMenuClick(Sender: TObject); var buf: string; x: Integer; begin […]

BCS Tidy Class Sort

The BCS Tidy Application has a utility to sort the Delphi class. The unsorted class is represented below. [codesyntax lang=”delphi”] /// Main Class Tfrm017 = class(TCustomForm) private procedure estMainMenu; procedure estStatus(pan1, pan2, int: Integer); procedure estWindow(top, width, height: Integer; Caption: string); procedure OnMenuClick(Sender: TObject); procedure OnTimer(Sender: TObject); procedure XQT(cmd, parm, defPath: string); procedure btnSaveClick(Sender: TObject); […]

BCS Tidy Format Uses Statements

The BCS Tidy project is an ongoing effort to develop a source code restructuring application.  This particular utility sorts and reformats uses statements. The unsorted uses statement is shown below. [codesyntax lang=”delphi”] uses frm001u, Graphics, SHDocVw, System.Classes, System.Types, System.IOUtils, Vcl.Buttons, Vcl.Controls, Vcl.ComCtrls, Vcl.DBCtrls, Vcl.DBGrids, Vcl.Dialogs, Vcl.ExtCtrls, Vcl.Forms, Vcl.Menus, Vcl.StdCtrls, SysUtils, Winapi.ActiveX, Winapi.ShellAPI, Winapi.Windows, Winapi.Messages; [/codesyntax] […]

BCS Remove Info Stored On DVD

When information is successfully stored on a DVD that information no longer needs to exist on the hard disk.  This application removes that content. You may initially desire to identify which DVD device as  the subject of subsequent operations.  The following dialog will appear. The normal process is initiated when the Check DVD option is […]