||Re: query our forms.bject
Mustansir A Ghor <email@example.com>
||Sat, 19 Aug 2017 13:57:23 -0400
Dear Ken Sir
Thank you all. I was using temporary table and updating shared file with Pushbutton. But to create a temporary replica table (if not available in current folder) I was using original table from shared resource. The problem comes that if you run the form with navigator pointing to shared resources database then original table is used instead of temporary table. For IDE you can change to current folder and re run but in application someone run the form from shared resources than it is problem. How to address this issue.
Ken Mayer Wrote:
> On 8/19/2017 8:02 AM, Akshat Kapoor wrote:
> > On 19/08/2017 13:30, Mustansir Ghor wrote:
> >> Dear Akshat
> >> Thank you. The information are very useful.
> >> This implies that we store information in memory variables and use
> >> beginappend() and save() method to save data to tables. I am using
> >> Grid (4 column) in form to collect data so if I unlink then, how to
> >> collect data. Can we assign array to grid?
> >> Regards
> >> Mustansir
> > As far as I know array cannot be assigned to the grid.
> > More experienced programmers will be able to tell you better.
> You are correct. You can use a temporary table instead of an array, if
> > The problem should not be there in case of append but edit ........
> > and if any user leaves his desk for a loo / lunch break without closing
> > the app
> Honestly, in most cases, I am not sure there is a need to separate the
> controls from the table. I know for some folk this makes sense, but
> dBASE's object oriented data controls handle most situations pretty well.
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