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I have a BCB program that accesses an Oracle 11g database. When trying to change a value in a table, the AfterPost event is shown below. When the Line AccountsCDS->ApplyUpdates(0); is run, an error appears "Record locked by another user" even if no-one else is using the database at all. This happens also with other tables.

Does anyone have an idea what this might be?

Thanks,

Phil

void __fastcall TRHPMSDataModule::AccountsCDSAfterPost(TDataSet *DataSet)
{
 AccountsCDS->ApplyUpdates(0);
  try {
      AccountsCDS->RefreshRecord();
      AccountsTable->Active=true;
  } catch (...) {
    // TODO: has to be logged
  }
}

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by:moorhouselondon
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I think this is because the AfterPost event has the table still open.  I put applyupdates as a command after the post command, and this works fine.
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>I have recommended this question be closed as follows:
>Delete with no refund

I have tested my answer and can assure you that putting applyupdates(0) inside the AfterPost event causes the program to crash.  The correct way to ApplyUpdates is in the main code, as follows:-

AccountsCDS.post;
AccountsCDS.applyupdates(0);
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Sorry I did not respond earlier. Actually the solution in this case was to set the ProviderFlags pfInWhere and pfInKey to true in the Client Dataset.

Thanks for paying attention to this comment. I will strive to respond more quickly in the future...
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