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Loosing cached DB records

Posted on 2000-07-13
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I have a DB for Windows Database and I
loose records when I turn the power off to my PC, it is crutial that I loose NO records, how can I tell Delphi/BDE that I want the records written to file immediately and to take all cached files and write them to the database, turning the virtual memory off is not an option.

At the moment my code looks similar to this :

 Database1.StartTransaction;
 Table1.Insert;
 Table1.FieldByName('Age').Value := '9';
 Table1.FieldByName('Bld').Value := 'A';
 Table1.Post;
 Database1.Commit;
 Database1.ApplyUpdates([Table1]);

Your help would be greatly apprectiated!
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Question by:Frogger
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kretzschmar earned 100 total points
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hi frogger, i'm the stork :-))

try this change

Database1.StartTransaction;
 Table1.Insert;
 Table1.FieldByName('Age').Value := '9';
 Table1.FieldByName('Bld').Value := 'A';
 Table1.Post;
 Database1.ApplyUpdates([Table1]);
 Database1.Commit;

meikl
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by:Motaz
ID: 3341275
Table1.FlushBuffers;
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by:Frogger
ID: 3341293
Comment accepted as answer
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by:Frogger
ID: 3341294
Thanks, I figured out what the best way was to answer my question a short while after posting it, and the answer was an exact replica of your... thanks for the help anyway it's much appreciated...

Frogger :)
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by:Motaz
ID: 3341296
But I think this is suitable if you didn't use Database componet, but meilk's method is suitable for your case.

Motaz
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 3341357
hi frogger,

thanks for accepting my comment as answer.
glad you get it work.
good luck again

stork :-))
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