I was trying to play around with ADO this AM. I was using the Wiki example but for some reason I can't get it to work. The symptom is that the while loop just keeps going and does not produce any data from the queries, just the consolewrite lines. I searched the forum and saw some chatter from last year about ADO breaking changes but @water had commented that the Wiki example was not impacted. I am figuring it must be operator error on my side but I wanted to ask all the same just to be sure. Any guidance would be appreciated.
Perhaps, if you have a spare moment, you might like to take a look at >Wiki Examples Challenge Part 2 in the Developer Chat section, and do AutoIt and the contestants a favor, by examining the six Examples and casting a vote for one of them.
That would be really appreciated.
P.S. Jos, ETC, Melba23 - I hope you don't mind me posting this here and in General Help as well?
So i was in need of this custom udf Fastfind
showed me this great article on AutoIt wiki..http://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/Adding_UDFs_to_AutoIt_and_SciTE
and i think i did like it said.. mostly anyway..
I downloaded and unzipped FastFind and placed all files in a new Folder i created in the AutoIt3 Folder
The files i placed in the new Folder: <-- Named it FastFind
I think the Benchmark and FastFind_Demo are just examples.. But i don't think they will Hurt by being in there ? They don't have any Dll to them.. and Even though i am not shure about it.. i think you need the dll to include and call the Custom Files from that folder.
Correct me if i am wrong
So after placing the files in the new Folder, i started SciTE --> SciTE Config --> User Include Dir: C:Program Files (x86)AutoIt3FastFind Save+Apply
So can i now #include <fastfind.au3> ? and you the build in functions?
I have not tried this yet because i dont know how to use the custom UDF "syntax?"