multiple instances of executable 
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 multiple instances of executable

Thus spake Onassis C.:

Quote:
>When you create an executable and run it, then minimize it, you can
>double click on the executable again and run another instance of the
>application.

>How do I limit the instance of a FoxPro executable to 1 on any one machine?
>I've tried catching the instances of the screen window using functions in
>foxtools.fll, but the application I've written constantly modifies the
>window title so I can never be sure what the window is called.

>There's probably a really easy way to do this.  Thanks in advance for any
>help.

Go to the systems setting page and select "display existing window".
This will make all programs behave this way though.
Quote:

>Paul



Wed, 05 Mar 1997 19:39:16 GMT
 multiple instances of executable

When you create an executable and run it, then minimize it, you can
double click on the executable again and run another instance of the
application.

How do I limit the instance of a FoxPro executable to 1 on any one machine?
I've tried catching the instances of the screen window using functions in
foxtools.fll, but the application I've written constantly modifies the
window title so I can never be sure what the window is called.

There's probably a really easy way to do this.  Thanks in advance for any
help.

Paul



Wed, 05 Mar 1997 09:22:04 GMT
 multiple instances of executable
: >How do I limit the instance of a FoxPro executable to 1 on any one machine?

You can also try to open a file with FCREATE and leave it open while the
program is running. When done, close the file.  If the file is open when
you start, there is already another instance running.



Wed, 05 Mar 1997 23:51:44 GMT
 
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