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NoPartialCompare option on tables

Posted on 1997-04-07
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For some reason NoPartialCompare option on tables does not work for me. Example :
TTable
 Database = DBDEMOS
 TableName = CUSTOMER.DB
 Filter :=   company = 'Kauai'
 foNoPartialCompare = False
 Filtered = True

This should return me one record with company  = 'Kauai Dive Shoppe', but instead I get nothing.
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong, and if I am, Is there a better way to do this using filters?

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Thanks!

Alex
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Question by:alekseiu
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This is not very a elegant solution but it works:
(There must be something wrong with the NoPartialCompare property)

Filter:=([VendorName]>='Kauai') AND ([VendorName]<'Kauaj')
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