||Re: CHECK FOR OPEN RECORD IN A DBF
Akshat Kapoor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Sun, 17 Sep 2017 10:12:13 +0530
> That's a lot of work, when datalinks really do work for most cases ... :)
Very True ,
But either we opt in for ease in designing or ease in use. We cannot
have both when designing for network.
And this situation gets murkier the moment we opt in for data servers.
But datalinks also lock records the moment edit starts and even with
timers we will have to give at least a minute to the person making
During that minute no one else will be able to access that record.
So if the store manager is modifying the rates of a particular item the
item cannot be sold ?
I prefer doing extra work in coding than opt in for datalinked fields.
In this case both updations will take place as the fields being modified