Mustansir Ghor <email@example.com>
||Tue, 06 Dec 2022 05:22:55 -0500
Dear Mervyn Sir
Great. 100% clear
Mervyn Bick Wrote:
> On 2022/12/06 11:18, Mustansir Ghor wrote:
> > However, Below text is copied from dbase help. Here why is the command form.rowset.parent.database.begintrans() and not form.database.begintrans()
> > try
> > form.rowset.parent.database.beginTrans( ) // Begin the transaction
> > form.rowset.parent.database.commit( ) // If you got this far, there were no
> > catch ( Exception e ) // The parameter receives the Exception object that describes
> > form.rowset.parent.database.rollback( ) // Undo any changes that did take
> > endtry
> Although it's not usual, a form may have more than one database object
> and each database object may have more than one query (and as a result
> more than one rowset) associated with it.
> If you know which database associated with the query, and hence the
> rowset you are working with, then by all means use
> Although a form may have several rowsets in play only one can be
> assigned to the form's rowset property.
> Example code in the help file needs to be fairly universal. In this
> case the author is using the rowset assigned to the form's rowset
> property. He does not, therefore, need to name the query. By working
> back up the "parentage" the author also specifies the correct database
> without needing to know it's actual name.
> If you need to work with a rowset not assigned to the form's rowset
> property then you need to specify the rowset in the command if you don't
> specify the actual database.
> form.customers1.rowset.parent.database.beginTrans( )