Subject Re: [IBO] Re: How to improve performance of IBO.
Author G. Allen Casteran
It will increase the EXE size slightly but not enough for you to worry
about. You have more important issues to worry about than size of the

The issue of updating the fields list when the database changes is just
something you have to do as a maintenance item. You are most likely
changing the code to make use of the new fields anyway so adding the field
to the list is really trivial. Just make it a point to do that as part of
adding the field to the database.

BTW, if you use data modules and isolate all of your DML to the
datamodules, then your changes are very limited in scope. At least there is
a limit to the places where you have to check for use of the field.