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Setting Local Share for Paradox tables

Posted on 1998-10-17
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Hi

How do i set the Local Share parameter for Paradox tables programmatically??

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Keith
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Hi keithcsl,

Look at

function DbiOpenTable (hDb: hDBIDb; pszTableName: PChar; pszDriverType: PChar; pszIndexName: PChar; pszIndexTagName: PChar; iIndexId: Word; eOpenMode: DBIOpenMode; eShareMode: DBIShareMode; exltMode: XLTMode; bUniDirectional: Bool; pOptParams: Pointer; var hCursor: hDBICur): DBIResult stdcall;

Regards, Zif.

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BlackMan

Thanks a lot...
Just what i was looking for

Keith
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