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IBEvents and Interbase

IBEvents and Interbase

IBEvents and Interbase

Hi -

I know this is probably a Firebird discussion subject - but Im desperate and have tried posting in the appropriate ib-Support area on the ATKIN news server. Alas, I cannot see my posts appearing. So my appologies.

I was just wondering if there are any "known Issues" with regards Firebird 1.5 and Delphi InterbaseExpress 7.08 IBEvents components ?

Just that I am having trouble in seeing posted events in my App. I know the trigger responsible for posting the event is firing as It updates a table in the database to acknowledge this.

Any help would be much appreciated.


RE: IBEvents and Interbase

Never mind, it was my problem (had to do an explicit commit before event would fire.)

My fault, I was using the DBNAvigator control for speed of test purposes (so forgot that I needed to commit for that transaction before event would fire.)

Guess Im slightly paranoid with regards compatability issues with Firebird at the moment.


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