LOGic's open architicture permits developers and advanced users
to extend LOGic or utilize its features in their applications.
LOGic's Active-X Common Object Model (COM) interface gives complete
control over LOGic. For instance, it takes only a few lines of code
to add a QSO to LOGic, or read the values that the user entered.
You may turn the rotor, read the rig, etc.
A scripting language with a robust SQL implementation
can be used to extend LOGic's reporting or contesting ability,
or write data manipulation utilities. We use this facility
ourselves for some of LOGic's features -- the utility that
removes duplicate QSOs from the log is an example.
Cat control is complicated.
to see the final product.
- Active-X interface allows controlling LOGic from other programs. A Visual
Basic example is available
- Full scripting language allows advanced users to write utilities
and functions. Structured Query Language (SQL) is included.
- Interactive database command facility for mass changes that are
too complicated for the GUI Mass Change facility, and other database manipulation tasks.
- ADO driver for accessing LOGic's data from other applications.
Click here for an example.