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  • Overview
  • How to proceed: Importing projects
  • Importing a WINDEV project into WINDEV Mobile
  • Importing a WINDEV Mobile project into WINDEV
  • Importing a WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project into WEBDEV
  • How to proceed: Importing elements
  • Importing WINDEV elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV Mobile project
  • Importing WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV project
  • Importing WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WEBDEV project
  • Notes
  • Project handling codes shared between WINDEV, WINDEV Mobile and WEBDEV
  • Dependency of the files
WINDEV
WindowsLinuxUniversal Windows 10 AppJavaReports and QueriesUser code (UMC)
WEBDEV
WindowsLinuxPHPWEBDEV - Browser code
WINDEV Mobile
AndroidAndroid Widget iPhone/iPadApple WatchUniversal Windows 10 AppWindows Mobile
Others
Stored procedures
Overview
A WINDEV project and all its elements compatible with WINDEV Mobile (analysis, windows, classes, sets of procedures, queries, ...) can be imported into a new WINDEV Mobile project. Conversely, a WINDEV Mobile project can be imported into a new WINDEV project.
A WINDEV (or WINDEV Mobile) project and all its elements compatible with WEBDEV (analysis, classes, sets of procedures, queries, ...) can be imported into a new WEBDEV project.
Conversely, a WEBDEV project can be imported into a new WINDEV project. See Importing a WEBDEV project and its elements for more details.
In any case, a new project is automatically created, with the ability to share all the sharable elements (analysis, sets of procedures, classes, queries) between the two projects.
How to proceed: Importing projects
WINDEV Mobile

Importing a WINDEV project into WINDEV Mobile

To import a WINDEV project into WINDEV Mobile:
  1. Select "File .. Import .. A WINDEV project".On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "A WINDEV project".
  2. Select the directory containing the WINDEV project that must be imported into WINDEV Mobile. The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the directory where the WINDEV Mobile project must be created.
  4. If the project is linked to an analysis, specify:
    • whether the analysis must be copied into the new project
    • whether the analysis must be shared between the WINDEV project and the WINDEV Mobile project. In this case, the directory of the analysis will not be copied into the directory of the new project.
  5. By default, the project elements (classes, sets of procedures, queries) are automatically copied into the new WINDEV Mobile project.
    However, these elements can be shared between the source WINDEV project and the WINDEV Mobile project. In this case, the files will remain in the source WINDEV project (and they will not be copied into the directory of the WINDEV Mobile project).
    Select the project elements that will be shared.
  6. Validate the import of the WINDEV project. All the project elements are automatically imported (except the reports and the help files that are not supported in the Mobile version). The project is opened and compiled in WINDEV Mobile.
    • The controls that do not exist in WINDEV Mobile are automatically deleted (listview, toolbar, ...)
    • The list of errors that occurred (functions that do not exist in WINDEV Mobile for example) is displayed in the "Compilation errors" pane.
WINDEV

Importing a WINDEV Mobile project into WINDEV

To import a WINDEV Mobile project into WINDEV:
  1. Select "File .. Import .. Import from WINDEV Mobile .. A WINDEV Mobile project".On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "From WINDEV Mobile .. A WINDEV Mobile project".
  2. Select the directory containing the WINDEV Mobile project that must be imported into WINDEV. The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the directory where the WINDEV project must be created.
  4. If the project is linked to an analysis, specify:
    • whether the analysis must be copied into the new project
    • whether the analysis must be shared between the WINDEV project and the WINDEV Mobile project. In this case, the directory of the analysis will not be copied into the directory of the new project.
  5. By default, the project elements (classes, sets of procedures, queries) are automatically copied into the new WINDEV project.
    However, these elements can be shared between the source WINDEV Mobile project and the WINDEV project. In this case, the files will remain in the source WINDEV Mobile project (and they will not be copied into the directory of the WINDEV project).
    Select the project elements that will be shared.
  6. Validate the import of the WINDEV Mobile project. All the project elements are automatically imported. The project is opened and compiled in WINDEV.
The list of errors that occurred (functions that do not exist in WINDEV for example) is displayed in the "Compilation errors" pane.
WEBDEV - Server code

Importing a WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project into WEBDEV

To import a WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project into WEBDEV:
  1. Select "File .. Import .. Import a WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project".On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "A WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project".
  2. Select the directory containing the WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project that must be imported into WEBDEV. The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the directory where the WEBDEV project must be created.
  4. If the project is linked to an analysis, specify:
    • whether the analysis must be copied into the new project
    • whether the analysis must be shared between the WINDEV (or WINDEV Mobile) project and the WEBDEV project. In this case, the directory of the analysis will not be copied into the directory of the new project.
  5. By default, the project elements (classes, sets of procedures, queries) are automatically copied into the new WEBDEV project.
    However, these elements can be shared between the source WINDEV (or WINDEV Mobile) project and the WINDEV project. In this case, the files will remain in the source WINDEV (or WINDEV Mobile) project: they will not be copied into the directory of the WEBDEV project.
    Select the project elements that will be shared.
  6. Validate the import of the project. All the project elements are automatically imported (except for the windows). The project is opened and compiled in WEBDEV.
The list of errors that occurred (functions that do not exist in WEBDEV for example) is displayed in the "Compilation errors" pane.
How to proceed: Importing elements
WINDEV Mobile

Importing WINDEV elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV Mobile project

To import WINDEV elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV Mobile project:
  1. Open the WINDEV Mobile project where the import must be performed.
  2. Select "File .. Import .. WINDEV elements". The import wizard starts.On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "WINDEV elements". The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the WINDEV project that contains the elements to import or directly select the WINDEV files to import. Go to the next step.
  4. Select the elements to import.
  5. If the WINDEV project contains elements that can be shared with WINDEV Mobile (classes, sets of procedures, reports, queries), the import wizard allows you to:
    • share these elements. These elements will not be physically copied into the WINDEV Mobile project but they will be accessible from the project.
    • copy these elements into the WINDEV Mobile project. These elements will evolve independently in each project.
  6. Validate. The import is automatically performed.
WINDEV

Importing WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV project

To import WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WINDEV project:
  1. Open the WINDEV project where the import must be performed.
  2. Select "File .. Import .. Import from WINDEV Mobile .. WINDEV Mobile elements". The import wizard starts.On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements". The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the WINDEV Mobile project that contains the elements to import or directly select the WINDEV Mobile files to import. Go to the next step.
  4. Select the elements to import.
  5. If the WINDEV Mobile project contains elements that can be shared with WINDEV (classes, sets of procedures, reports, queries), the import wizard allows you to:
    • share these elements. These elements will not be copied into the WINDEV project but they will be accessible from the project.
    • copy these elements to the WINDEV project. These elements will evolve independently in each project.
  6. Validate. The import is automatically performed.
WEBDEV - Server code

Importing WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WEBDEV project

To import WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements (windows, reports, ...) into a WEBDEV project:
  1. Open the WEBDEV project where the import must be performed.
  2. Select "File .. Import.. WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements". The import wizard starts.On the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, expand "Import" and select "WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile elements". The import wizard starts.
  3. Select the WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project that contains the elements to import or directly select the WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile files to import. Go to the next step.
  4. Select the elements to import.
  5. If the WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile project contains elements that can be shared with WEBDEV (classes, sets of procedures, reports, queries), the import wizard allows you to:
    • share these elements. These elements will not be copied into the WINDEV project but they will be accessible from the project.
    • copy these elements to the WINDEV project. These elements will evolve independently in each project.
  6. Validate. The import is automatically performed.
Note: The windows are changed into pages during the import process. The controls not supported by WEBDEV are not imported.
Notes

Project handling codes shared between WINDEV, WINDEV Mobile and WEBDEV

If the projects share classes or sets of procedures, the elements found in the source project are handled directly. A single source code is used.
You may have adapt the code so that it operates on the different platforms. We recommend that you use InPocketMode to differentiate between a code that can be run on PC and on Pocket PC. You also have the ability to use the conditional target code.

Dependency of the files

The elements are imported along with their dependencies: all the files linked to the imported element are also imported. The images are automatically converted into a format supported by WINDEV, WEBDEV or WINDEV Mobile.
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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