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Packing a table after deleting some records

Posted on 1999-01-14
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Hi! I need a procedure for packing table after i delete some
records int it.
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Question by:Dark_Man
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Use this from DSP (http:/sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi) - use the searh to find a link to it...

bspktbl.zip

(There are also numerous others if this proves unsuitable...)

Cheers,

Raymond.
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For dBase Tables you use: TTable.DBIPackTable
for Paradox you use:          TTable.DBIDoRestructure
See BDE-API Help on both Cases.
Hope it helps.

Greetings, Oli

P.S.: Need some Example-Code ? I could post some here.
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please post some code
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