Subject R: [IBO] TIBO: IndexFieldNames and empty column
Author Enrico Raviglione
it seem to work well with HDR set to false.
But please, explain me exactly what HDR do.

Enrico Raviglione.

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Jason Wharton [mailto:jwharton@...]
Inviato: venerdi 8 marzo 2002 19.56
Oggetto: Re: [IBO] TIBO: IndexFieldNames and empty column

Set the property to disable HDR mode.
I wish I could remember exactly what it is now.
Something like AllowHDRMode or something like that.
This will make it work like you want it to.

I need to change it so that it will only do what it does when columns
ordered by are NOT NULL.

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

----- Original Message -----
From: "Enrico Raviglione" <e.raviglione@...>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 11:40 AM
Subject: [IBO] TIBO: IndexFieldNames and empty column

> Hi,
> i have a TIBOTable displayed into a DBGrid, i can change the order of my
> data cliccking on the grid column title (like native TIB_GRID do).
> One of this column have some record = NULL.
> If i set the ordering on that column all the records with value=NULL are
> displayed (like the SELECT have a WHERE column NOT NULL clause).
> Anhoter problem are:
> If i set the descending order on that column then i go to the end of the
> file (using the navigator >> button) all the contens of the grid disappear
> like an empty table.
> If i order the same column in ascending order i can go to First or Last
> record and i can alwias see my table data (not the record with
> The TIBOTable have AutoFetchAll = false;
> If Autofetch is true all work fine (but are to much expensive in time
> setting this for all Table/Query).
> Regards,
> Enrico Raviglione.

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