Subject Re: [IBO] How to react on a DMLCache-Update
Author Jason Wharton
OK, I think I'm catching on. I thought you were using a TIB_Grid control but
you were actually using it as a basis of comparison. I believe it is
something like setInvalidateRowNum. It is all in the IB_Grid.pas unit and
the various datalink units. Don't forget there is the statementlink events
as well.

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

----- Original Message -----
From: <guido.klapperich@...>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 4:46 PM
Subject: Re: [IBO] How to react on a DMLCache-Update

> > I fail to recognize why you have need of it. If you have a row that
needs to
> > be invalidated, call the dataset's InvalidateRowNum( ) method and the
> > will automatically receive the proper notification.
> >
> I have a scheduler-control, that is not data-aware, so I have to manage it
> manually, that it always displays the actual data. This works fine til
> except when there is a datachange via DML Caching. Then the query, which
> delivers the data for the scheduler, has the actual data, but I have no
> possibility to ask, has there been a data change or not.
> Guido