Subject RE: [IBO] Using DataPump
Author Riho-Rene Ellermaa
Actualy there shouldn't be no code in AfterFetchRow for that problem.
I'm using BCB5.

I can solve this problem by inserting all necessary values in AfterFetchRow, but I thought that there is more cleaner solution

Riho-Rene Ellermaa
senior programmer

-----Original Message-----
From: nibler@... [mailto:nibler@...]
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: [IBO] Using DataPump

> If I set the value in AfterFetchRow event
> dest->ByName("ID"->AsInteger= ARow->ByName("ID")->AsInteger;
> then it finds next missing field.
> Looks like Pump cannot match the source and destination datasets.
> If I open the Pump Editor and press ItemActions->Prepare, then Pump shows correct pairs in DstLinks, so it >understands how to match them.

1.) Could you please show all of the code in AfterFetchRow ?
2.) Are you using Delphi or ++Builder


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