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How to open (create) form file (source code) components wich are once created at run-time ?

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I dont understand your Question!

you whant to save a form with some components you added at run time and you whant to load it again ?

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Cesario
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by:treqw
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Yess.

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Well the form must have a Panel ...


1. Register all Controls you are using in you form:

Procedure tMainForm.RegisterFrameClasses;
Begin

  RegisterClass ( tPanel  );
  RegisterClass ( tFcLabel      );
  RegisterClass ( tImage        );
  RegisterClass ( tDbText       );
  RegisterClass ( TMLSBevel     );
  RegisterClass ( TwwDBRichEdit );
  RegisterClass ( TMLSShape     );
  RegisterClass ( TDbGrid       );
 
End;

2. To Save The Form ( i save only the content of Panel1)
WriteComponentResFile (FrameName,Panel1);

3. to load the Form:
    ReadComponentResFile (FrameName,Panel1);

good luck
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