The Global Resources Report contains information
about global resources in a dictionary. Typically, it is used to
list a specific type of resource, such as messages.
To use the Global Resources
Report, open a source dictionary and choose Global Resources from
the Reports menu. The Global Resources window will appear.
Select a series for the
From the Series drop-down list, select the
series containing the global resources for which you want to print
Select a resource type.
From the Resource Type drop-down list,
select the type of global resource for which you want to print
information. The following is a list of the resource types you can
select, along with the information printed for each:
Composites – Name and the
list of components.
Constants – ID, name and
Data types – Name, control
type, keyable length, storage length and static values.
Table, Table Group, Form and
Report lists – List name, list members and their internal and
Formats – Attributes of
Global Fields – Name, data
type, control type, keyable length, storage length and static
Table Groups – Name, member
tables and the table group display name.
Pictures, Mac pictures and
Metafiles – Name and ID.
Messages – ID, name and
Strings – ID, number of
occurrences and the actual string.
System variables – Name and
Specify the printing
The printing options specify which
resources to include in the report. Chose one of the following:
To include all global resources of
all types in the report, choose All Resources. This option may
result in a lengthy report.
To include information about all
resources listed in the Resources list, choose Listed
To include a single resource of the
specified type, select the resource in the Resources list and
choose the Selected Resource printing option.
Print the report.
Click Print to print the report for the
selected global resources. The Report File Name dialog box will
appear. Enter the name and location for the Global Resources
Report, then click Save.