My appologies if that''s not the right place for suggestions, although that would soon be a real problem for me.
Best regards, Janet.
Read the Help file on OLE Automation - IOEProject.SuspendToFile or IMainOE.SuspendToFile functions.
Please let me know if they work well for you. Thank you!
I''ve got one observation though. When several instances of OEE are open OLE automation controls only the instance that was open first. Is there a way to control other instances? My intuition tells me that not but I''m just curious. Understandably, it would be great to control each instance seperatly.
It just came to my mind that having an option in the Scheduling section of a project specifying the exact time when the download pauses (stops) (as an addition to the time when it starts (resumes)) would be an even more powerfull method to control the time table of downloading than OLE automation.
Scheduling - it is possible using the Limits section of the Properties dialog - set how many minutes it should download and it will stop at the specified time.