What I want to be able to do is intercept all database changes at either a TDataBase or TADOConnection level. Something akin to what SQL monitor does. It appears that TSession.TraceFlags provides an inking of what can be done.
1. Why does SQL monitor only show trace information for BDE connections to Server Databases eg SQL Server, Interbase etc. When hooking up a TDataBase to a Paradox database nothing appears in the trace window? Does that mean that BDE Callbacks for cbTRACE only work with remote servers?
2. Has anyone got any alternate ways to do this? I do not want to use a TDataSet descendent that implements a cbTABLECHANGED callback as I would then miss direct SQL changes and would have to have custom TDataSet descendents. I want to do this at a connection level. ie TDataBase,
3. Delphi 6 seems to offer a component that does this (TSQLMonitor). Can someone let me know how it does this? (Our copy of D6 is still en route :-() What bothers me about that component however is that it still seems to
indicate that a remote server is involved. I want to get at a local Paradox table.