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The problem appears to be caused not by the syntax of your code, but rather the data type of the two variables (CLFNAME and CLLNAME).
 
Regarding installing VFP 8 on your server, you don't have to uninstall VFP 7 if you don't want to.  Here are the suggested steps:
  1. Install VFP 8 and verify it's working properly.
  2. Open the FoxWeb Control Center and record your software key and company name in the license tab
  3. Uninstall FoxWeb
  4. Re-install FoxWeb, specifying that you want the VFP 8 version
  5. Open the FoxWeb Control Center, enter your software key and company name in the License tab and point to the VFP 8 executable in the Configuration tab.

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Sent by Joe Goldsmith on 09/25/2003 10:55:12 PM:
Thie line of code works well in he command window I just found out but not when running the web application. However, I failed to install VF8 on the server so the server is still running VFP7. This may be the problem. So:
 
1. Should I unstall VFP 7 from the server before installing VFP 8?
2. Or, should I just put VFP runtime on the server (which files are they?)
 
Any help would be appreciated.
 
Joe
Sent by Joe Goldsmith on 09/25/2003 10:42:06 PM:
I just installed VFP 8 and ran across the following problem.
 
The line of code:
lcName = ALLTRIM(CLFNAME)+" "+ALLTRIM(CLLNAME)
always worked in VFP 7 but now after I opened the project under VFP 8 I get the following error:
 
Error #:      107
Message: Operator/operand type mismatch.
Program: c:\inetpub\wwwroot\refer\manageclients.fxp
Line #: 101

I tried many variations on this code and it just seems to not do string contenation any longer. Can anyone tell me why this is now tossing out an error please?

 

Joe