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See Trigers updates in the ClientDataSet

Hy everybody,
i m needing this help as soon as possible, do someone know why when a have a trigger that make some updates after update one table(the tables are diferents!) i cant see the changes in the ClientDataSet??, even if a refresh, close and open etc... I m using a Intebase Query in the server, TSockt conection , and TClientDataSet on the client.
I just can see that changes after close and open the client application!!!

thanks all,

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Are you refreshing whatever component you are using to display values?


Did you try dropping a showmessage after you reopen cds with content output to see if you have your at that time?
netbetoAuthor Commented:
Thanks YodaMage,
I ll try do to that? but i  think i m doing something wrong, cause this is not a rigth way, i saw that you have had larg experience with Interbase, have you had some like trouble?? I m using in the server Interbase components and in the Client TClientDataSet, also in the server i have just 1 IBTransaction to every TIBQuery and 1 IBDataBase...
I use the InfoPower data components for the most part.

TwwQuery -> TDataSetProvider -> TwwClientDataSet -> TwwDataSource

If you restart the application and do not fire and .applyupdates(); or such on your way out, but find what you need displayed on restart, then it is safe to assume it posted correctly at the time. I have on occasion had issues with data aware components displaying correctl and have had to force redraw/refresh/repaint.
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