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Error creating cursor handle

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I'm designing a parametrized queries with a TQuery object. When I'm trying to set it active, I got an "Error creating cursor handle" message. What this mean!
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Iis there any update/delete/insert statement in your queries?
If so use query1.execSQL instead of setting the active propery.
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Thank you it work well. My query is an append query!
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