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Posted on 1998-03-09
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How can I update my changes in to my database??.. I have changed things.. posted.. used that ti-help from borland.com that advices me to use DbiSaveChanges system after post and it didn't worked.. Just after my program crashes or computer resets before program is exited, it won't save my changes. So is there anyway to do that after any change that update is writed into that dbase in my harddisk that next time if computer reboots and system is started again I can find those changes ??? . btw. im using delphi 3.02.. and bde 4.5x ..
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After  Posted data  Call  DbiSaveChanges  and  If you need to sure data were saved call  refresh.

 Table1.Refresh;
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