How to check if a datafield does contain a picture (Bmp) or is empty?

Posted on 2004-11-29
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Last Modified: 2010-04-05
When loading my form, I need to adjust the size of the picture to the size of the TdbImage on the form.
But when I try to do that on a empty datafield it gives an errormessage.

So I have to check if the datafield does contain a picture (Bmp) or is currently empty before calling the resize procedure?
How can I do that?

Thanks Stef
Question by:Stef Merlijn
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esoftbg earned 200 total points
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Hi Stef,
I am doing this kind of verification before adjust the size:

  if (FormCatalog.DBImageItem.Picture.Width>0) then
    //  adjust the size of the picture ....

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by:Stef Merlijn
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Thank you Emil.
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ID: 12694588
You are welcome Stef.

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