Many third party applications that support SOAP call-in (e.g. Microsoft Exchange 2010 web services) implement the SOAP calls with SOAP headers. Uniface does not currently handle SOAP call-out to web services that use SOAP headers.
\”It would be very useful to be able to attach a \”\”Line Frame\”\” to the window border. This would mean that if the form was resized, or maximised, the line frame would stretch to the new size of the form. It would also be useful to be able to made it non 3D, so that it just appeared as a simple linw.\”
We require the ability to be able to lock widgets into relative positions on forms, so that if the form is maximized or resized, the widget remains in relatively the same position. For example, we always have a cancel button in the bottom left hand side of our forms. If you resize or maximize the form, the button no longer remains in this position. We work around this at the moment with the use of splitbars. Unfortunately, this is not a particularly neat way of doing it. We often get issues where we need to remove registry settings of forms as the positions of the fields are not correct. Also, the ability to move the position of fields at runtime is not permissable when split bars are painted on a form