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Indexes not updated when views are open...

Indexes not updated when views are open...

Indexes not updated when views are open...

(OP)
I have a form (vfp6) with a grid based on a view. From the grid I can open one or several other forms that allow updates on the underlying tables including indexed fields. After returning to the view, I have to close the form and re-open it to show the changes. Another affect is that the indexes of the changed tables do not get updated correctly and I must reindex all the affected tables for subsequent forms (based on one to many relationships) to work correctly.

Any ideas?

PS. This is using the latest version of the Codemine framework.

RE: Indexes not updated when views are open...

Issuing a REQUERY(cViewName) should take care of the first issue.

I am not familiar with CodeMine, but I cannot imagine an app that corrupts indexes. I assume these are structural indexes, yes?

RE: Indexes not updated when views are open...

(OP)
Yes - it is structural index and I have already tried issueing a requery(). Still does not update the screen. Even issued a refresh() after the requery().

Thanks

RE: Indexes not updated when views are open...

On these forms that are opened from the grid:

Are they using different data sessions?

Are the views buffered? If so, are you committing the changes in the forms using TABLEUPDATE()?

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