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2004-09-20 06:25:26 AM
cppbuilder97
Thanks this will helpful
 
 

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Thanks
I will try .
ec
 

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Thanks allot guys, appreciate you help.
 

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Thank You,
Answers were in the other forum as you mentioned
Thanks
Andrew
 

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"Kostas Terzides" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote in message
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In Cds.AfterScroll event:

Button.Enabled:=EmplCds.UpdateStatus<>usUnmodified;



Griso wrote:
>Hello
>
>I need to enable or disable the button according to the fact if current
>record is modified. I tried to use Clientdataset.Modified but it does not
>work after scrolling off the record and then back. I always get not
>modified. Can any of you help me? The desired behaviour is:
>
>Button is disabled
>Edit any field in the record ->enable button
>Scroll off the record ->button is set according to the status of
>currently active record
>scroll back to modified record ->button is enabled
>
>Thanks
>Jaro
 

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-----Original Message-----
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SupportX wrote:

>I wouldn't have guesed ;-)
>Can you point me to one that is public?
>

Googling for "free public usenet news server" gave me a couple of links
here is one;

dmoz.org/Computers/Usenet/Public_News_Servers/

Don't know how good or bad any of them they are (so far mainly using
'private' servers like the one from Borland).

--
Pieter

 

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I'll make a private method.
Thanks for your advice,
Jose Maria Sanmartin
 

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"Jose Maria Sanmartin" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote in message
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I'll make a private method.
I'd make a utility class like Convert to group this kind of stuff.
Regards,
Alessandro Federici
 

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"Alessandro Federici" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >escribi?en el mensaje
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I'd make a utility class like Convert to group this kind of stuff.

I guess you say so because of the Truncate function, but this is not the
real example. This example was only to be easily understood.
Anyway, when I finish coding the class, I might create a utility class if
the class has too much private methods
Thanks
Jose Maria Sanmartin
 

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Thank you
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"Remy Lebeau (TeamB)" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote in message
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"Adam" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote in message
news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...

>OH, what would you recommend?

Please do not change the subject of a discussion. It makes it harder for
the complete discussion to be archived properly.

I would recommend Indy (www.indyproject.org), ICS
(www.overbyte.be) or Synapse (synapse.ararat.cz). They all
have FTP components.


Gambit


 

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Adam wrote:
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Thank you
>Please do not change the subject of a discussion. It makes it harder for
>the complete discussion to be archived properly.
You did not read that ?
Why post it again ?
Hans.
 

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"Remy Lebeau \(TeamB\)" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote in
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You are sending your data to the server too soon. When used in
non-blocking mode, TClientSocket::Open() is does not block until the
socket is connected. It returns immediately after beginning the
asynchronous process of connecting to the server. So you are sending
the data before the socket has actually connected. You need to wait
for the OnConnect event to trigger before then sending your data.


Gambit
That's the point! Thanks a lot.
George
 

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thanks
 

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dear DevCo,
thanks for making Turbo Explorer Editions, now I'll whisper it to many
teachers as the best development platform available, for free! In long
term period IMHO the Delphi community will benefit of this smart marketing
choice (and sold pieces I wish too).
REALLY GREAT YOU
Roberto
 

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Roby wrote:
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REALLY GREAT YOU
Thank /you/ for your interest. ;-)
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Nick Hodges
Delphi/C# Product Manager - Borland DTG
blogs.borland.com/nickhodges