Subject Re: [IBO] Re: How to use bookmarks like tTable and tQuery?
Author Andrei Luís
Hi SET and Helen,

Just to let u know.

I was working on this and finally found the problem: I have one
trigger that feeds the PK field. I turn it INACTIVE and now I have the
behavior I want in application. I turn the trigger ACTIVE, just for
testing, and the pointer goes crazy again.



2005/12/2, Helen Borrie <helebor@...>:
> At 07:19 AM 2/12/2005 -0300, you wrote:
> >Thanks for you answer Set,
> >
> >But, it didn't works... :-(....
> >
> >I provided a wrong info. After post, the pointer is at record it was
> >before .insert, I told that pointer moves to the first record.
> >
> >So, any idea?
> My advice is to read the help for TIB_RefreshAction, so you can work out
> the behaviour you like best. Of course, a refreshaction responds to a
> refresh. You will want to look at CommitAction (TIB_CommitAction) too,
> since not all Commit Actions will perform an automatic refresh.
> There again, CommitAction occurs after a commit. A post and commit are
> performed together only if the transaction's Autocommit property is true.
> And we are talking here about ib_query, of course, not iboquery...
> If you are using iboquery then bookmarks work just the same as TQuery and
> TTable.
> Helen