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Archive for May 15th, 2018

Delphi WSDL default importer settings

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/15

Note to self (as the WSDL importer has trouble with WSDL files that include XSD files having xsd:group definitions), the default settings of the importer in the UI:

-Oa -Od -Oe -Of -Oh -Oi -Oj -Oo -Op -Ot -Ou -Ov -Ox

This matches the output from the WSDLImp.exe default settings as well (larger screenshots below):

I suspect the reason is that the command-line importer does, but the wizard does not, show an exception during processing:

*Error*: D:\Playground\iECK DT2.0 services v2.1.1\xsd\ECK-DT2-CatalogServiceSchema-v2.1.1.xsd
> Access violation at address 0059DBA4 in module 'WSDLImp.exe'. Read of address 00000000
Done : D:\Playground\iECK DT2.0 services v2.1.1\wsdl\ECK-DT2-CatalogService-v2.1.1.wsdl>0
Writing: D:\Playground\iECK_ImportWSDL\ECK_DT2_CatalogService_v2.pas

Hopefully more on that later.

Both the IDE expert and console based WSDLimp will write the output .pas file and the output file of both tools has the same content.


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Delphi – finding published event handlers that have lost their binding from the DFM

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/15

The scripts in these links didn’t work well enough for me:

So I’ve been working on a GExperts based solution (because that gave me a nice starting point). It’s not fully done yet, so here are a few things I’ve used:

(Reminder to self: contact David Hoyle who knows a lot about the OTA).


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Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/15

Reminder to self: more than a year later, see the progression of [, a project that visualizes the current state of development split by key topics.

Or basically a split graph of the one on the side into various graphs by topic.

Current state: Home –

Past state: WayBack (hopefully it got the graphs archived by now).

The author is Yvo Schaap – Medium who also wrote the very interesting post [WayBackWhy your business needs a good downturn – CTO Insights – Medium.


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