1. I am using PB 9.0.1. I have designed one datawindow using SQL Select datasource and attached the table directly to the datawindow. I am calling this datawindow in a window where i am saving data(all records) of datawindow to another table. i.e. source and destination is different for the datawindow.
In the Rows --> Update Properties option in the datawindow painter i have set the procedure in tables to update dropdown as a keyword 'Stored_proc' and i have specified the columns that are to be sent as parameters to the procedure. I have also set the primary key column for updation. I am calling the actual procedure in the code. The problem is it is not saving data to the table specified in the store procedure. It is not giving any error so i am not getting whether it is calling the procedure or not. Is there any other way for this. Also how can i design a datawindow without making a database connection through database profile? i.e. i don't want to establish the database connection design time. I am establishing it runtime but still i want ot desing datwindow.
How to use native database connectivity method in PB?
Please suggest what is wrong here. What extra settings i have to do here. Is the way i am following ok? Pls. help ASAP as i am new to PB.
2. Also can anybody pls. tell me the method or steps to perform search or update(insert/delete) operations on a datawindow runtime whose datasource is external.
How to make the field in a datawindow having external datasource enabled? I have set the tab order for the fields but still it is not getting enabled like it doesn't get focused when i tab to it. Also sometimes even it did not display the field also.
Initially i want all the datawindow fields blank. I will input values runtime and then i want to update those values to the table. How can i achieve this if i took the datasource as SQL Select or External for the datawindow?
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