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After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before doing a
final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon compiling an rtf
file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe that's
included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly with no
notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to the
reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box to
verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going on
here ? Please help. Thanks.

HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
2-05-05\Help.rtf :
Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
2-05-05\Help.rtf :
Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
2-05-05\Help.rtf :
Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
2-05-05\Help.rtf :
Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
Resolving keywords...
Adding bitmaps...
1 Topic
37 Jumps
1 Keyword
2 Bitmaps
Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
Bitmaps: 16 bytes
Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
2 notes, 38 warnings
Jul 17 '05 #1
21 6547
I'd like to know where/how you received "Microsoft' s admonition to reformat
my system before doing a
final compilation of my app"?

--
Randy Birch
MS MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before doing a
: final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon compiling an
rtf
: file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe that's
: included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly with
no
: notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to the
: reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box to
: verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going on
: here ? Please help. Thanks.
:
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
: Resolving keywords...
: Adding bitmaps...
: 1 Topic
: 37 Jumps
: 1 Keyword
: 2 Bitmaps
:
:
: Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
: Bitmaps: 16 bytes
: Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
: 2 notes, 38 warnings
:
:

Jul 17 '05 #2
From a lecture given by the director (some title like that anyway) of visual
basic deveopment on Microsofts VB Support website.

"Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
news:g_******** ************@ro gers.com...
I'd like to know where/how you received "Microsoft' s admonition to
reformat
my system before doing a
final compilation of my app"?

--
Randy Birch
MS MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before doing
a
: final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon compiling an
rtf
: file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe that's
: included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly with
no
: notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to the
: reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box
to
: verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going
on
: here ? Please help. Thanks.
:
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
: HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
: Resolving keywords...
: Adding bitmaps...
: 1 Topic
: 37 Jumps
: 1 Keyword
: 2 Bitmaps
:
:
: Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
: Bitmaps: 16 bytes
: Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
: 2 notes, 38 warnings
:
:

Jul 17 '05 #3
Weird. I know that it's common knowledge that it is best to compile an app
on a relatively clean system using the minimum os your app should support,
but I've never seen or heard any recommendation that one should reformat
their entire system before compiling a release version of an app!

--
Randy Birch
MS MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:pc******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: From a lecture given by the director (some title like that anyway) of
visual
: basic deveopment on Microsofts VB Support website.
:
: "Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
: news:g_******** ************@ro gers.com...
: > I'd like to know where/how you received "Microsoft' s admonition to
: > reformat
: > my system before doing a
: > final compilation of my app"?
: >
: > --
: >
: >
: > Randy Birch
: > MS MVP Visual Basic
: > http://vbnet.mvps.org/
: >
: >
: > "Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
: > news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: > : After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before
doing
: > a
: > : final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon compiling
an
: > rtf
: > : file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe that's
: > : included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly
with
: > no
: > : notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to
the
: > : reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box
: > to
: > : verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is
going
: > on
: > : here ? Please help. Thanks.
: > :
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
: > : Resolving keywords...
: > : Adding bitmaps...
: > : 1 Topic
: > : 37 Jumps
: > : 1 Keyword
: > : 2 Bitmaps
: > :
: > :
: > : Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
: > : Bitmaps: 16 bytes
: > : Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
: > : 2 notes, 38 warnings
: > :
: > :
: >
:
:

Jul 17 '05 #4
Well ya got me but he stated several times "I can't emphasize too strongly
the importance of reformatting your system to ensure a clean app" not
exactly word for word, but that's the gist of it.. I heard it over a year
ago. I think it was called a netmmeeting - an audio file was played.

"Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
news:2r******** ************@ro gers.com...
Weird. I know that it's common knowledge that it is best to compile an app
on a relatively clean system using the minimum os your app should support,
but I've never seen or heard any recommendation that one should reformat
their entire system before compiling a release version of an app!

--
Randy Birch
MS MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:pc******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: From a lecture given by the director (some title like that anyway) of
visual
: basic deveopment on Microsofts VB Support website.
:
: "Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
: news:g_******** ************@ro gers.com...
: > I'd like to know where/how you received "Microsoft' s admonition to
: > reformat
: > my system before doing a
: > final compilation of my app"?
: >
: > --
: >
: >
: > Randy Birch
: > MS MVP Visual Basic
: > http://vbnet.mvps.org/
: >
: >
: > "Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
: > news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: > : After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before
doing
: > a
: > : final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon
compiling
an
: > rtf
: > : file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe
that's
: > : included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly
with
: > no
: > : notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to
the
: > : reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the
box
: > to
: > : verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is
going
: > on
: > : here ? Please help. Thanks.
: > :
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
: > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
: > : Resolving keywords...
: > : Adding bitmaps...
: > : 1 Topic
: > : 37 Jumps
: > : 1 Keyword
: > : 2 Bitmaps
: > :
: > :
: > : Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
: > : Bitmaps: 16 bytes
: > : Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
: > : 2 notes, 38 warnings
: > :
: > :
: >
:
:

Jul 17 '05 #5
I'm wondering if that reference was to reformatting when a beta version of
an app or os was installed, to ensure for production that no beta references
or components were included. As I said, I've never heard of a blanket
recommendation to reformat just for a clean os before a final compile.

--
Randy Birch
MS MVP Visual Basic
http://vbnet.mvps.org/
"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:it******** *********@newsr ead2.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: Well ya got me but he stated several times "I can't emphasize too strongly
: the importance of reformatting your system to ensure a clean app" not
: exactly word for word, but that's the gist of it.. I heard it over a year
: ago. I think it was called a netmmeeting - an audio file was played.
:
: "Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
: news:2r******** ************@ro gers.com...
: > Weird. I know that it's common knowledge that it is best to compile an
app
: > on a relatively clean system using the minimum os your app should
support,
: > but I've never seen or heard any recommendation that one should reformat
: > their entire system before compiling a release version of an app!
: >
: > --
: >
: >
: > Randy Birch
: > MS MVP Visual Basic
: > http://vbnet.mvps.org/
: >
: >
: > "Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
: > news:pc******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: > : From a lecture given by the director (some title like that anyway) of
: > visual
: > : basic deveopment on Microsofts VB Support website.
: > :
: > : "Randy Birch" <rg************ @mvps.org> wrote in message
: > : news:g_******** ************@ro gers.com...
: > : > I'd like to know where/how you received "Microsoft' s admonition to
: > : > reformat
: > : > my system before doing a
: > : > final compilation of my app"?
: > : >
: > : > --
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > Randy Birch
: > : > MS MVP Visual Basic
: > : > http://vbnet.mvps.org/
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > "Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
: > : > news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
: > : > : After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before
: > doing
: > : > a
: > : > : final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon
: > compiling
: > an
: > : > rtf
: > : > : file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe
: > that's
: > : > : included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled
perfectly
: > with
: > : > no
: > : > : notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior
to
: > the
: > : > : reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the
: > box
: > : > to
: > : > : verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is
: > going
: > : > on
: > : > : here ? Please help. Thanks.
: > : > :
: > : > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
: > : > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
: > : > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
: > : > : HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
: > : > : 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
: > : > : Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
: > : > : Resolving keywords...
: > : > : Adding bitmaps...
: > : > : 1 Topic
: > : > : 37 Jumps
: > : > : 1 Keyword
: > : > : 2 Bitmaps
: > : > :
: > : > :
: > : > : Created d:\help file - .rtf created 2-05-05\Help.hlp, 43,784 bytes
: > : > : Bitmaps: 16 bytes
: > : > : Compile time: 0 minutes, 16 seconds
: > : > : 2 notes, 38 warnings
: > : > :
: > : > :
: > : >
: > :
: > :
: >
:
:

Jul 17 '05 #6

"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
| After following Microsofts admonition to reformat my system before
doing a
| final compilation of my app I got many warnings/errors upon compiling
an rtf
| file created in word. I used the Help Workshop program: hcw.exe that's
| included with Visual Basic. This exact same file compiled perfectly
with no
| notes, warnings or errors prior to reformatting my system. Prior to
the
| reformatting, I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box
to
| verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is
going on
| here ? Please help. Thanks.
|
| HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
| 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
| Jump to undefined Topic ID: "INSTALLATI ON".
| HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
| 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
| Jump to undefined Topic ID: "DATE_TIME_CORR ECT".
| HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
| 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
| Jump to undefined Topic ID: "TIPS&SUGGESTIO NS".
| HC3025: Warning: topic #1 of d:\help file - .rtf created
| 2-05-05\Help.rtf :
| Jump to undefined Topic ID: "GETTING_STARTE D".
| Resolving keywords...
| Adding bitmaps...
| 1 Topic
| 37 Jumps
| 1 Keyword
| 2 Bitmaps
|
|

It's been a while since I did a Help file in Help Workshop, but I seem
to remember making an ID mapping file, a .txt file I think, that
assigned each TopicID, such IDH_2001 or IDH_INSTALLATIO N, to a numeric
value. The format was something like
IDH_2001 = 2001
IDH_INSTALLATIO N = 2002
etc.

So maybe you are just missing the mapping file. You can probably
recreate one if you don't have it.

PS: I agree with Randy, there is no reason to reformat a drive just to
do a release. Just check the version of every file listed in references,
etc. and in any setup program, so your program can run on Win98 or
whatever OS version you need to support.
Jul 17 '05 #7

"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box to
verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going on
here ? Please help. Thanks.


When you copy things from CD usually it remains write protected. Check to
make sure the index file is not marked write protected.
Jul 17 '05 #8
I'm using Win XP and I've never run into that like one usually did in the
past. What is the index file ?

"Raoul Watson" <Wa*****@Intell igenCIA.com> wrote in message
news:nPkSd.3934 6$t46.29745@trn dny04...

"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box to
verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going
on
here ? Please help. Thanks.


When you copy things from CD usually it remains write protected. Check to
make sure the index file is not marked write protected.

Jul 17 '05 #9
I'm using Win XP and I've never run into that like one usually did in the
past. What is the index file ?

"Raoul Watson" <Wa*****@Intell igenCIA.com> wrote in message
news:nPkSd.3934 6$t46.29745@trn dny04...

"Dave" <da*****@mindsp ring.com> wrote in message
news:kX******** *********@newsr ead3.news.atl.e arthlink.net...
I copied the help.rtf file onto a CD and checked the box to
verify written data - which it did successfully. What the heck is going
on
here ? Please help. Thanks.


When you copy things from CD usually it remains write protected. Check to
make sure the index file is not marked write protected.

Jul 17 '05 #10

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Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in the same network. But I'm wondering if it's possible to do the same thing, with 2 Pfsense firewalls...
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A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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