keith at adnetltd.co.uk
Tue Aug 27 04:40:31 EDT 2013
Check the SQL produced by your $execdirect, see if it is valid. I've sometimes found an $execdirect will not work where a $prepare and $execute will, so maybe try that combination.
On 24 Aug 2013, at 03:39, Todd Mowbray wrote:
> Hello All,
> I just finished a very cool and stimulating instructional/demonstration session with David Swain at the TL offices in Irvine. It has made me realize that I need to get my app to be able to be used via the web. I want to make it a two step process by providing a JS Form subset of the windows of the desktop app for the outside sales staff that will be able to have read/write access to the Omnis Datafile .df1, and then work on converting the rest of the app to SQL, etc.
> With that in mind, I have set up an SQL style JS form in the app, have created the tables and schemas, and have gotten it to log on to a OMSQLDAM session. I can do selects and inserts, and the inserts are nicely reflected in the Omnis data file as shown on the desktop windows. BUT, I am having a problem in getting an update to work. I have tried using the prebuilt $update() method (it returns flag True), I have tried creating a Statement object and using various permutations of the $execdirect method (they return flag False).
> Here are the snippets:
> Do ivClientRow.$update(iOldRow) Returns lReturnFlag (this claims success, but nothing happens to .df1)
> Then I tried:
> Do rtvSessionObj.$newstatement('CliStmnt') Returns ivStmnObj
> Calculate ivClientRow.$statementobject as ivStmnObj
> Do ivStmnObj.$execdirect(con('Update scClients ',rtvSessionObj.$updatenames(ivClientRow))) Returns lStatus (this shows false)
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
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