Hi again Mike.
We see that you have been busy ;-)
1. You have corrupted your LegEasy4DOS installation so you need to re-install LegEasy4DOS from the original files to move further.
2. Thank you for the ZTERMDEF files. They have been forwarded to our development team to inspect and amend the future settings for allow for 240 relationships out of the box.
3. What you need to do to get it working with your DFD files is as follows.
We are now getting close to the end of this quick tour of L4DPRO but we want to quickly mention the Advanced Options.
Here you can select the code page you are using in your DFD and you can also here map the session to your own Legacy DataEase version.
This is done with international DFD users in mind.
There is a myriad of DFD versions in almost every language so instead of shipping all the versions/language files with L4DPRO we allow you to utilise your own.
We have tested with a number of versions but we can't guarantee that all version will work. If you have a version that won't work, ship it too us and we can see if we can tweak the software so it will run.
When we started this project we could only run DFD 5.53 application in English but we have now run all versions from 4.01 through to 5.53 in a number of different languages.
To get your version to work simply browse to your DFD catalogue and pick the de16m.exe file (we only support de16m.exe at the moment, but are looking into supporting DEASE.EXE too).
If you are running 5.x this is everything you have to do.
If you are running 4.x you also need to pick your userform.xxx file as it will need to be tweaked to run due to the Daylight Saving problem.
When you have selected these files, simply save and hit Testrun...
You should now run your DFD app in your native language trouble free.
The rest is the same as for the built in versions of DFD.
If you like, just let us know and we will do a TeamView session with you to set it up correctly.
PS! Your ZTERMDEF with 240 relationships need to be the on in the same catalogue as your DE16m