In order to switch to a different version of VFP you will need to run the FoxWeb setup program from the Add or Remove Programs applet in the Windows Control Panel. Select the Switch VFP Version option and pick the desired version from the list. Important: If you change to a different version of VFP, it is very important that you recompile ALL your scripts. FXP files that were compiled with a different version of VFP may still function, but in most cases behave erratically.
Regarding the problems you are experiencing with the Start/Stop FoxWeb button, please post the operating system version and FoxWeb version, as well as whether you are connecting to your server via a remote control solution, such as Remote Desktop, or VNC.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Jerry Mattox on 08/12/2009 06:39:13 AM:
1. For some time now if you start the FoxWeb Control Center the button on the bottom right that used to say “Start FoxWeb” if it was not running and “Stop FoxWeb” if it was running has stopped working properly. Now it doesn’t matter if FoxWeb is running or not it always says “Start FoxWeb”. It was doing this before we switched to VFP 9. So now the only way you can Stop FoxWeb is from the Microsoft Services Console. Once you Stop it you can restart FoxWeb from the Control Center but you cannot “Stop” it from it .2. This morning when we changed from using VFP 6 to VFP 9 I noticed on the License Page of the Control Center is says “VFP Version: 6” Should that have changed to “VFP Version: 9” since we recompiled all of our programs after we switched to using VFP 9 with FoxWeb?
Here are the two things I have noticed with FoxWeb: Should I be concerned or adjust anything. We are using the latest version of foxweb, and running as a service. IIS6
Thanks in advance