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DbiSaveChanges & Abort

Posted on 1998-06-23
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I need to use DbiSaveChanges to save phisically the records in tables in order to avoid loos of data, but the problem when I use it (DbiSaveChanges) is that I can't use the reserved word Abort and I need to use it. Does anyone know how can I solve that problem? Thanks.
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Question by:girona
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How are you trying to use abort ? Could you supply a code example ?
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Have you tried using

SysUtils.Abort instead ?

(Otherwise you use the Constant defined in de BDE unit = -2)
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