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Posted on 1998-09-18
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Here is my code:

type
  TDBQueryThread = class(TThread)
  private
    FQuery: TQuery;
    FDataSource: TDataSource;
    FQueryException: Exception;
    procedure HookUpUI;
    procedure QueryError;
  protected
    procedure Execute; override;
  public
    constructor Create(Q: TQuery; D: TDataSource); virtual;
  end;

constructor TDBQueryThread.Create(Q: TQuery; D: TDataSource);
begin
  inherited Create(True);        // create suspended thread
  FQuery := Q;                   // set parameters
  FDataSource := D;
  FreeOnTerminate := True;
  Resume;                        // thread that puppy!
end;

procedure TDBQueryThread.Execute;
begin
  try
    FQuery.Open;                 // open the query
    Synchronize(HookUpUI);       // update UI from main thread
  except
    FQueryException := ExceptObject as Exception;
    Synchronize(QueryError);     // show exception from main thread
  end;
end;

procedure NewQuery(QryNum: integer; Qry: TStrings; const Alias, UserName,
  Password: string);
begin
  { Create a new Query form to show query results }
  with TQueryForm.Create(Application) do
  begin
    { Set a unique session name }
    Session.SessionName := Format('Sess%d', [QryNum]);
    with Database do
    begin
      { set a unique database name }
      DatabaseName := Format('DB%d', [QryNum]);
      { set alias parameter }
      AliasName := Alias;
      { hook database to session }
      SessionName := Session.SessionName;
      { user-defined username and password }
      Params.Values['USER NAME'] := UserName;
      Params.Values['PASSWORD'] := Password;
    end;
    with Query do
    begin
      { hook query to database and session }
      DatabaseName := Database.DatabaseName;
      SessionName := Session.SessionName;
      { set up the query strings }
      SQL.Assign(Qry);
    end;
    { display query strings in SQL Memo }
    memSQL.Lines.Assign(Qry);
    { show query form }
    Show;
    { open query in its own thread }
    TDBQueryThread.Create(Query, DataSource);
  end;
end;

I get a read address violation of: FFFFFFFFFFFFF when it runs the Query.DatabaseName := Database.DatabaseName

Can someone tell me why?
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Question by:MichaelB082598
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by:BlackMan
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When you are using BDE from a thread, you must create a TSession for each thread and point all the DB stuff in that thread to it. I don't know if it will fix your problem, but it will absolutely fix some others, that you haven't expirenced yet :-)
Don't use a global TSession...
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by:BlackMan
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Hey MichaelB, are you still there??
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When you are using BDE from a thread, you must create a TSession for each thread and point all the DB stuff in that thread to it. I don't know if it will fix your problem, but it will absolutely fix some others, that you haven't expirenced yet :-)
Don't use a global TSession...

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