Subject RE: [IBO] TIBOQUERY Problem
Author Kaputnik

the keyRelation, as its name says already, indicates a table, not a column.
In case that you do a join in a query, you can specify with KeyRelation,
which of the joined tables should be used as Updateable table, to make even
a Joined Query "Live".
When keylinks are not defined, IBO does not know how to buffer the dataset
and therefore many of your problem might be explained. KeylinksAutodefine is
usually a pretty good choice for a start, but if it is set to null, a proper
KeyLinks Entry is definitely required to have the buffering of IBO work

HIH and CU,

Nick Josipovic

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: news@... [mailto:news@...]On Behalf Of Andy
> Murphy
> Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 9:58 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [IBO] TIBOQUERY Problem
> Jason, I have to say most of that went straight over my head.
> Which sources
> do I alter? And more importantly where in the sources do I alter the code?
> BTW I'm using 4.2Ef IBO and also, I have KeyLinksAutoDefine set
> to false, I
> have KeyRelation set to KEY_NO (which is the IB primary key for
> the table).
> I have nothing in the KeyLinks strings. What should go in there?
> Regards,
> Andy.