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delphi TClientDataset.refreshrecord

delphi TClientDataset.refreshrecord

delphi TClientDataset.refreshrecord


I'm developing an app in delphi 7, using tclientDatasets.

Since upgrading to D7 from D6, i've had nothing but problems, with issues which were supposed to be fixed in sp 7.1.

The latest one is when i call the RefreshRecord on a TClientDataset, i get 'unable to find record no key specified' exception. The only work around i can find is to refresh all using 'refresh', but that is not really an option. Unless i'm doing something wrong, this seems like another bug ...

Anybody got any ideas?

RE: delphi TClientDataset.refreshrecord

i've fixed it.

The clientDataset is attached to a provider which is attached to a adodataset.

The porblem was caused by only defining the fields in the fielddef property of the clientdataset - was resolved when the fields were defined in the adodataset as well.

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