Using Filter in Ttable

How can i Filter records?

Using -Partial Match Anywhere-

Example

 fName
========
 abc
 sdfa
 sfa
 sfs
 sfdas
 sf
========

filter Field "fName" having the "a" existance in any location
Output:
 
 abc
 sdfa
 sfdas

girlswants_meAsked:
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isstorrConnect With a Mentor Commented:
This should work -

fmastermodule.Query2.close;
 fmastermodule.Query2.DatabaseName:=DatabaseDirectory;
 fmastermodule.Query2.DataSource:=fmastermodule.dsCOA;
 fmastermodule.Query2.Sql.Text := 'SELECT * FROM COA.DB WHERE AccountName LIKE '"%a%"';
 fmastermodule.Query2.Open;

NB - you should use double quotes for BDE (local SQL) queries and single quotes for ADO queries. Also LIKE is not case sensitive. To get around this use UPPER or LOWER to force case -

fmastermodule.Query2.close;
 fmastermodule.Query2.DatabaseName:=DatabaseDirectory;
 fmastermodule.Query2.DataSource:=fmastermodule.dsCOA;
 fmastermodule.Query2.Sql.Text := 'SELECT * FROM COA.DB WHERE LOWER(AccountName) LIKE '"%a%"';
 fmastermodule.Query2.Open;

Again LOWER and UPPER are BDE specific.
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girlswants_meAuthor Commented:
help me please
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Hello

  You can do that using the Query component with sql statment

  Query1.close;
  Query1.Sql.Text := 'Select * from YourTable where Fname like ' + QuotedStr('%a%');
  Query1.Open;

Best regards
Mohammed Nasman
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girlswants_meAuthor Commented:
but im not using the Query component
i used the Property "Filter" in THE Ttable

i want the Filter to do that
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:
if you want to use the filter, it will search for the names that start with a like: fname = 'a*', but will not work for names that contain the a
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girlswants_meAuthor Commented:
whats wrong with this?

   fmastermodule.Query2.close;
   fmastermodule.Query2.DatabaseName:=DatabaseDirectory;
   fmastermodule.Query2.DataSource:=fmastermodule.dsCOA;
   fmastermodule.Query2.Sql.Text := 'Select * from COA.DB where AccountName = '+''''+FilterValue+'''';
   fmastermodule.Query2.Open;


This will not execute!!!
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isstorrCommented:
To do a partial match use the 'LIKE' keyword -

SELECT * FROM COA.DB WHERE AccountName LIKE 'a%'

the % is used as a wildcard - this will return all records beginning with an a. For a containing match use -

SELECT * FROM COA.DB WHERE AccountName LIKE '%a%'

Si

PS using a TQuery is generally a lot faster than a TTable with the filter property set.
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girlswants_meAuthor Commented:
i think there is a problem with this code
it will not filter records..


whats wrong with this?

  fmastermodule.Query2.close;
  fmastermodule.Query2.DatabaseName:=DatabaseDirectory;
  fmastermodule.Query2.DataSource:=fmastermodule.dsCOA;
  fmastermodule.Query2.Sql.Text := 'SELECT * FROM COA.DB WHERE AccountName LIKE '+''''+'%a%'+'''';
  fmastermodule.Query2.Open;

no results like nothing happen ..


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isstorrCommented:
sorry I meant LIKE IS case sensitive!
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Hello

 Like is not case sensetive, and it will run fine with you in the sample I gave you above, use the QuotedStr function to put quations to the string
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isstorrCommented:
Hmm.. in Local SQL LIKE is definately case sensitive... Open up Database Desktop and run a QBE query you can verify this.
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nestoruaCommented:
HI,
If you want to filter using TTable you could do it as following:
In OnFilterRecord event of you TTable component write this:
Accept:=Pos('a', DataSet.FieldByName('fName').AsString)>0;
Don't forget to put YourTable.Filtered:=True.
And when you change the SubString-to-Filter you must do:
Filtered:=False;
Filtered:=True;
Sincerely,
Nestorua.
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girlswants_meAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much
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