Some Visual FoxPro developers use libraries (FLL files) to add additional features to their applications. An example of a library is PhdBase, which provides fast text searching. In order to open tables that use this library, it must be first loaded into memory. To specify libraries you want both Stonefield Query and Stonefield Query Studio to load when they open a project, add a [Libraries] section to SFQuery.INI and list each library file, with complete path. Here is an example:

file1=c:\program files\phdbase\phdbase.fll

If you need to call some code after loading these libraries, see the Executing Custom Code at Startup topic.

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