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Locate field with null value

Posted on 2002-04-28
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I am using interbase as database with delphi 5.
i am using TIBQuery

Now in a table one field contains Null
i want to use locate function locate this field where value is null. Its now working.

Do you have any suggestions

rajni



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by:ITugay
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Hi rajniyadav,

select * from sometable
where some_field is NULL
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by:rajniyadav
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i want to user
Query.Locate function
Through sql it is working but i want to user locate function.
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by:ITugay
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something like this?

  Query1.Locate('STR', NULL, []);

STR - name of field where can be NULL
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by:rajniyadav
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when i am doing this locate function returns false even though there is one record with null.
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kretzschmar earned 100 total points
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? maybe
as the values in the locate-method are internal variants you could try

Query1.Locate('STR', varNull, []); //or varEmpty

just a guess

meikl ;-)


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by:rajniyadav
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kretzschmar that works but i have one more problem.

Since i have more than on fields value to locate can u tell how can i store those values in a variable and use it in locate function

i made one string variable even variant and stored all the fieldvalues seperated with commas in that but it is not locating the right record.
And if i directly give the value in hte locate function it does locates

Can u help in that.
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by:kretzschmar
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even not tested, but try

Query1.Locate('FIELD1;FIELD2;FIELD3;FIELD4', VarArrayOf([varNull,varNull,varNull,varNull]), []); //or varEmpty

seems i got no notification at april

thanks for the points

meikl ;-)
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