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Cannot retrieve data from Oracle table

Cannot retrieve data from Oracle table

Cannot retrieve data from Oracle table

I have this app in TD 2.1, so based in orademo.app from samples I tried to retrieve data from a a table which already exists. The login form works fine, but in the next window I have this line:

Call SalTblPopulate( tbl1, hSql, "SELECT ITEM_NO, QUANTITY, AMOUNT
    INTO :tbl1.colItemNo, :tbl1.colQuantity, :tbl1.colAmount
    WHERE INVOICE_ID = 125454", TBL_FillAll )

but the app goes freeze. Any clue?? thanks


RE: Cannot retrieve data from Oracle table

Is the SQL handle connected ?   If so try qualifying both the tablewindow and the sql handle.  eg 'frm1.tbl1'  and 'frm1.hSql'.
If you return from SalTblPopulate  , you can see if the Populate is actually executing ie  'If SalTblPopulate() Return TRUE , else Return FALSE' - put a break point AFTER the SalTblPopulate. Also immediatley before the SalTblPopulate, you should have a 'When SQL error' clause to trap any local SQL errors that occur with this execute. Come back if you need to know what to put in your 'When SQLError' clause.

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