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Updating Table(Filter) in D1?

Posted on 1998-02-10
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I am new to Delphi programming and need some help in updating grid view.
When you double-click a record on the grid, a logical field in the table changes value. I have a checkbox on the form that when checked should show only those records that are selected(True), within the grid.
Because I am using Delphi 1 I have no choice but to use a temporary table for the grid view. What I need to know is how to update this table? Am I doing this right or wrong?
I have been trying to use Batchmove to update the table(emptying the table first), but I get table open error. How can I close the table? Active:=close does not seem to work. Thanks in advance.
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Hi fugazi,

To close a table you can use :

 Table1.Close;

or

 Table1.Active := false;

What about a Query, for your filter?

Regards, Zif.


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