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Scheduling Foxfire! Requests

Foxfire!'s New Object Model (version 1.0)

Using Foxfire!'s New Smart Data Grouping

Setting Up Foxfire! v6.0 for Building Multi-Table OUTER JOINs

Controlling User Access to Application Data

Using Foxfire!'s event handler to perform second-pass queries



The Power of FFCONFIG

We've made claims about how customizable Foxfire is; and many developers have customized it by modifying the source code by making minor changes and enhancing the overall product.

But there's an easier way to customize their briefing and fox fire: and that is with the FFCONFIG file.

This file is essentially a series of case statements that fire at various times when you run Foxfire!. You can put in your own code today and immediately affect the way Foxfire! runs. You can also use the FFCONFIG to make changes in the way Foxfire! looks, including setting up security, changing the captions on labels, even the way queries are run, and even directing output into formats not currently supported by Foxfire!. See the following white papers that talk about how you can use the FFCONFIG and customize Foxfire! even further:


Ask At Runtime Sorting


Adding PDF Support to Foxfire