Thank you for responding so quickly.
I have created a new account and in fact, it works very fine.
But the problem is, that Foxweb is installed among our customers, so we can't make them do it. They are not data processing specialists.
Is there an easier solution.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 03/22/2006 09:55:40 AM:
It seems that the regional and language options are user-specific. When you run FoxWeb as a service, it runs with the user rights of the user specified in the Log On tab of the service properties (Control Panel\Administrative Options\Services). If the FoxWeb Service is running as the Local System account, then you should change this to a different user that has enough rights to run FoxWeb. At that point, you should log into Windows as that user and change the regional settings.
Sent by jipi on 03/22/2006 08:48:40 AM:
We display data coming from an Access database with numerics values.
We have configure ' . ' in the Regional option, and put the correct dlls in "windows\system32" directory.
If foxweb is running as service, the numeric values (with '.' in the database), is converted with ',' (comma) .
If foxweb run normaly (not as a service), the numeric values are correct (with a '.' when displaying).
If I run the same database request with VFP6 manually, It works very well.
Any Help please ?
I have tried with Foxweb 2.5, Foxweb 3 and the result is the same.
Please, it's very urgent.