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Date Posted: 06:41:05 07/28/03 Mon
Author: Rick
Subject: Re: Is File Supported?
In reply to: Rick 's message, "Is File Supported?" on 14:31:33 07/23/03 Wed

Hi Rick,

Yes, there is such a method. You can use EnDiGrph.FindDibGraphicClass, or use the TDibGraphic.CanRead class function,

ie, TTiffGraphic.CanRead(Stream) will return True if Stream contains a tiff stream.

Best regards,


>My application imports image filenames into a
>database. I would like to be able to determine if the
>file I am importing is supported by Envision before
>adding it to the DB. Is there a way to do this
>without actually doing a LoadFile with a try...except?
> Something like an IsFileSupported method?

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