I'm geting the same issue, even just with a test application that simply creates the object. My .prg file just contains:
If I run the .prg directly, there's no issue and the object gets created. If I try and build it into a project, I get the 'locate file' dialog, which states "Unable to find Uknown AKEYWORDS".
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 12/06/2006 11:52:16 AM:We did not hear back from Judith, so my assumption is that she somehow resolved the problem. If you can provide us with simple code that illustrates this problem too, it would be really helpful. Your sample should be no longer than a few lines of code and, with the exception of the related data files, it should be able to stand by itself. I don't expect this to be a data issue, so you might as well define your sample data table, so that it only contains one, or two records with bogus data.
Sent by Adel Gharib on 12/06/2006 10:13:24 AM:
Thanks for the reply. I will send the code; I just need to put some sample data in the main table I do search on. But, I was reading another post (dated June 19, 2006) in which Judith says she gets the compilation error "Unknown AKEYWORDS - Undefined". I also get:
Unable to find unknown ATEXTFIELDS, and Unable to find unknown AKEYWORDS.
Am I missing any array declaration? was there an answer to the June post?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 12/04/2006 03:01:37 PM:
I have never seen this issue associated with the Full Text Search class before. How are you using the class? Are you calling it from a FoxWeb script, or from a traditional VFP program? Can you provide us with some sample code that illustrates the problem? In doing so, please remove all code that is unrelated to the full text search functionality. The program should only include the code necessary to open the required tables, instantiate the Full Text Search object, populate its properties and call the Search method.
By the way, did you try running the sample form that is packaged with the Full Text Search class? Is that giving you the same problem, or does it work as expected?
Sent by Adel Gharib on 11/30/2006 01:51:26 PM:
I am calling the full search search method with four correct parameters. It gives me a message box saying "Object is not contained in a FORM".