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Posted on 2001-06-21
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A little question, how can I get the table alias path ??


I have a table "Table1" with The alias "MyAlias" and it has the following path = "C:\MyProject\Mybd"

What I want is to manage in runtime alias path

how can I get it?


Thanks...

Ricardo
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Question by:AngelFireMateo
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Hello Ricardo,

This should do it;

Uses DBTables;

function GetAliasPath(Alias:String):String;
var
  S:TStringlist;
begin

  S:=TStringlist.Create;
  try
    Session.GetAliasParams(Alias,S);
    Result:=S.Values['Path'];
  finally
    FreeAndNil(S);
  end


regards

Jo
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by:AngelFireMateo
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Thanks a lot

It works perfectly...

Ricardo
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