|Subject:||Re: lockRecord() - doesn't
|Date:||Wed, 20 Jul 2022 13:32:04 -0800
try/endtry is what I normally do but I was trying to show just minimum
to keep it simple as possible
This code should produce the same results as yours
;//open tcursor on tbl
If I check locks interactively (Tools | Security | Display Locks) it
only shows open and image locks
if I do it using
Then it shows the record lock
Interactive or programmatically (enumlocks) it does not show the record
lock of Machine_1, however it does show the open and image locks of both
If on Machine_2 I run the same code as Machine_1 then enumlocks will
show the record lock for Machine_2, but not Machine_1.
Same results for Machine_3
So it looks like the record lock is only shown for the machine that
placed it but not the other machinesè record locks. tcursors are not
closed and form remains open so record lock should be in effect.
Network is peer-to-peer and table locking is recognized by all machines.
Just lockRecord() giving me grief.
On 07/19/2022 10:43 p.m., Tom Krieg wrote:
> Try to qlocate the record, or move to the record you want, then try
> var erc logical endvar
> erc= true
> if tcu.edit() then
> if tcu.lockrecord() then
> erc = false
> do whatever
> if erc then
> display error
> What happens?
> open() and edit() doesn't throw an error unless in a try block.
> On 20/07/2022 2:26 pm, Peter wrote:
>> So I've been playing with this for the better part of the day and I
>> can't figure it out.
>> I place a lockrecord on a record in a table but when I display locks
>> (interactive) it does not show up.
>> tcu.lockRecord() ;//lock 1st record, the only record in the tbl
>> If I try programmatically:
>> 1) enumlocks(), doesn't show up
>> 2) tcu.lockStatus("Any"), doesn't show up
>> When I display locks (interactive) on Machine_2 it also does not
>> display the record lock from Machine_1 - just the open lock.
>> If I do it programmatically (enumLock), same thing, the record lock
>> that is set by Machine_1 does not show.
>> I don't want to use a table/session lock, just a single record. Any
>> secrets on getting all Machines to recognize a lockRecord()?