Thanks for your long and detailed answer.
Next time I'll try and clear my point better.
Well , I think I will have to do it the hard way...
From: asedlmeier [mailto:sedlmeier@...
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2003 2:42 PM
Subject: [magicu-l] Re: Mapping an application
Obviously I completely misunderstood you, Shahar.
If I understand you correctly now, you need a Magic program database -
persistent cross-reference information to do more sophisticated
queries against a CTL than ctrl-x allows you, together with
information gathered at runtime (code coverage,
profiles, "taskification", ...) .
This is a quite common task if it comes to migrations.
I had pretty much of that for V8, based on the MGAPI.DLL (Magic
Control File API) but its not working anymore :-(. There were however
recent discussions that Magic has this API for 9 now, too. I am not
aware of it. If you want to find out you should contact your
distributor/branch. Magic's webgrade technology f.i. is at the end
nothing much different than that.
I don't know what Magic version you are migrating and I do not really
know any pre-7 versions anyway. If there were however already a
Export Document and a profiler functionality you should look into
these, generate some documents and profiles and analyze that.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "shahar shifman" <shahar.s@c...>
> Hi Andreas!
> Thanks for replying.
> I ment something completely deferent.
> I'll explain myself:
> I'm working on conversions Dos applications to windows applications.
> I have to find out for price quote, how many batch files
> tasks, and how many reports there are(because every one of them
> deferently). Also I have got to know how many of all the programs
> tasks are actually being called when the application is working(
> use ctrl+x for each one of them and to make sure that the programs
> call them , also being called by othe programs , and so forth...).
> This is very frustrating because I have many big Ctl's.
> My question was: Is there a faster way or automatic way of doing
> Shahar Shifman
> -----Original Message-----
> From: asedlmeier [mailto:sedlmeier@h...]
> Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2003 6:27 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [magicu-l] Re: Mapping an application
> Hi Shahar.
> Can you elaborate a bit what you exactly want to have ?
> If I understood you correctly ... you want a way to create a
> shortcut ? If yes, you can script she shell object:
> Look into this code sniplet from MSDN which you would generate with
> output Merge to have it more variable and start by exiting to
> or wscript :
> Set Shell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
> DesktopPath = Shell.SpecialFolders("Desktop")
> Set link = Shell.CreateShortcut(DesktopPath & "\test.lnk")
> link.Arguments = "1 2 3"
> link.Description = "test shortcut"
> link.HotKey = "CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+X"
> link.IconLocation = "app.exe,1"
> link.TargetPath = "c:\blah\app.exe"
> link.WindowStyle = 3
> link.WorkingDirectory = "c:\blah"
> Best Regards,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "shaharshifman" <shahar.s@c...>
> > Hi !
> > Is there a way to make an automatic mapping to an application
> > magic or a downloadble program for such action?
> > Thanks
> > Shahar Shifman
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