|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] FB, Delphi 7, IB components and transactions|
On Thursday, January 13, 2005, at 11:04PM, Alan McDonald <alan@...> wrote:
>Sorry for any misunderstanding. When I said IB objects I am referring to the Interbase components that come with Delphi 7. Which I now see are referred to as IBX? Those are the ones I am using.
>> Hi again,
>> I was just looking at this and changed the transaction's
>> AutoStopAction from saNone to saCommit. When I then run the two
>> instances of the program, insert a record in one, and do a
>> refresh in the other, I see the new record count. Are there any
>> downsides to doing this? This seems, to me at least, to make
>> things work more like SQL Server with ADO, for example and how it
>> works as far as seeing changes by one instance as made by
>> another. Again, I am a newbie, so please excuse any ignorance.
>> As an aside, I am not making calls to start, commit, and rollback
>> transactions in my code as I am letting the Borland IB objects do
>> the transactioning implicitly.
>IBObjects is NOT Borland related - do you use IBX components or IBOBjects
>components? they are very different.