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Problem with a TIBQuery component

Posted on 2013-11-29
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I have an application with a form on which I have a TIBQuery (and other TIB...) component named Query.
It is used everywhere I need to query the database (Firebird).
I use it since several years...
Now in some occasion (I don't know exactly when and why), it crashes on this :
Query.SQL.Clear
Error is : EIBClientError - Dataset open.
So I thought that somewhere else in my code, where I used the same Query, I forgot to do QUery.Close after Query.Open and processing to get result.
Without knowing where this was, I used this work around :
try
 Query.Close;
except
end;
This just before the Query.Clear but again it crashed exactly the same way
Help !
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Question by:LeTay
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Did you check if there is any under-process transaction before closing/clearing the SQL?
Try this one:
  if IBQuery1.Database.Connected then
    begin
      if not IBQuery1.Transaction.InTransaction then
        begin
          if IBQuery1.Active then
            begin
              IBQuery1.Close;
              IBQuery1.SQL.Clear;
            end
          else
            IBQuery1.SQL.Clear;
        end
      else
        ShowMessage('Wait for the current transaction to finish!!!');
    end;

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by:LeTay
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Will try that
But what is strange is that I have 8 "clients" running my application and two have now this problem permanently, when another has it from time to time.
Nothing "common" between them (same OS as mine and others)
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by:LeTay
ID: 39694269
Hello jimyX
I will try your code
But what should my program do if the IBQuery1.Transaction.InTransaction is True in order to continue its normal operation (here, issue a Query ) ?
Thanks
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