Subject Re: [IBO] Problems with TIBOTable
Author Daniel Rail
At 05/28/2001 01:43 PM, you wrote:
>I'm also using IBOTable with Infopower2000 and I'm getting funny reactions
>to post.
>example post a inserted record and I don't see the first record in the
>table, I figured it was my filter but, cannot make sense of this? could you
>explain how you came to this conclusion. I'm really pulling my hair on this
>problem I loose the first record in the table it seems like.
>It's in there in the IB table but I cannot view it if there is a filter set
>on the table??

Does the record match the filter properly? Look at the fields and check to
see if CaseSensitivity is turned on or off for the filter.

I was able to arrive at my conclusion by doing some extensive testing on
every aspect of TwwIBOTable before attacking TwwDBGrid. Once I pinpointed
the problem, then I was able to make a work-around for it. In this case I
needed a work-around.

If you have more questions, let me know.

Daniel Rail

>At 10:21 AM 28/05/2001 -0300, you wrote:
> >Hi Jason,
> >
> >Just to let you know that I found the problem and it's related with the
> >OnUpdateFooter event in the Infopower grid. I thought that it might not be
> >related to this feature, but apparently it is. I'm using TwwIBOTable and
> >when doing the post, it seems to do a refresh before your code is executed,
> >maybe part of Infopower's Post method and depending where you inherit it, I
> >think this bug does occur. The work around that I'm using is not to assign
> >any code to the OnUpdateFooter of Infopower's grid and call a separate
> >procedure from the AfterPost event to populate the grid's footer. For
> >everything to work properly OnUpdateFooter can't exists, because even if
> >it's only a message box that is shown in that event, the problem will
> >occur. I don't know about Infopower 3000, if this persists with it, but it
> >occurs in Infopower 2000.
> >
> >It would be nice for future reference to have this added to the help file
> >for the Infopower related components.
> >
> >Have a nice day.
> >
> >Daniel Rail