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I've made a net application and I have a problem when I perform an update on a sql dataset. I'm going to explain an example, if I delete a record of a table, all data in computers refreshes, but if I delete a record of a query, the data in other computers doesn't refreshes although I close and open the query. How can I refresh the data in the
sql of others computers?
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Question by:girona
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by:EmmDieh
ID: 1340803
What Server do you use ?
Check your transaction isolation (repeatable read).
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by:girona
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I'm ussing Windows NT to contain the DataBase and run the application
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by:Mariner080498
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Do you use COMMIT(POST)  method of the TQuery commponent?
Try.
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Jacco earned 100 total points
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I know the problem. We have found the following solution for the problem:

function RefreshLocate(
        ADataSet : TDataSet;
  const KeyFields : String;
        KeyValues : Variant;
        Options : TLocateOptions) : Boolean;
begin
  with ADataSet do begin
    if not Active then Open;
    if not Locate(KeyFields,KeyValues,Options) then begin
      Close;
      Open;
      Result := Locate(KeyFields,KeyValues,Options);
    end else begin
      dbiForceRecordReread(Handle,ActiveBuffer);
      Result := True;
    end;
  end;
end;

We use this in stead of a locate.

And the following was also necessary:

  with dmDataModule.MainDataBase do begin
    StartTransaction;
    Commit;
  end;

We use the TIBEventAlerter to signal the database client when records are updated. The problem was the the changes were'nt reflected on other workstations. With this code before you try to reread your data you should be OK.

Regards Jacco
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