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Store the text in a DbMemo

Posted on 2001-07-23
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Can anybody please explain me how to store the text in DbMemo in a table. I got the field, the table, etc but when calling the post I get an error message.

thanks in advance.
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Question by:gsoldado
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by:kretzschmar
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what errormessage do you get?

what about
TBlobField(table1.fieldByName('MemoField')).LoadFromFile(AFilename);

or
TBlobField(table1.fieldByName('MemoField')).LoadFromStream(AStream);

meikl ;-)
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by:SMakarenko
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What database?
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Motaz earned 50 total points
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You can use this:

Example1:

Table1.FieldByName('Memo').AsString:= MyMemo;


Example2:

Table1.FieldByName('Memo').AsString:= Memo1.Text;

Motaz

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by:SMakarenko
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What database? and
Field type
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by:gsoldado
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I'm using Access 2000 as a try, but I can switch to fox or something else. As long as front end is Delphi.

The field type is MEMO in access.
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by:SMakarenko
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switch to Oracle ?
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by:SMakarenko
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switch to Oracle ?
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by:kretzschmar
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well, then should my sample work, if you want the insert to do with a file/stream, otherwise use the tdbmemo-control for display and input
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by:kretzschmar
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hello?
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by:gsoldado
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Kool! it works!
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