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Tquery internal cache data

Posted on 2001-06-04
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Before I post the data I want to compare the data in cache and the data when I open the query.

My question is

How to get the orig data when I open the query?

ex:

qryMy.Open ;
qryMy.fieldByname('Name').AsString := 'Joe' ;

after the above line I lost the orig data, beside save to a var is there a way to get the old data.

Thanks.

JL
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set cachedUpdates true,

then you can access the oldvalue and newvalue-propertys of the tfield
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