Mobile and desktop apps for evaluation trophies with connectivity to international Trophies portal
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By Nathanial Woolls.Freeware + source 28 Nov 2000
DescriptionTFieldUpdate allows you to update the fields of a Paradox or DBase database at runtime to match a set a field definitions supplied either at runtime or design time. The TFieldUpdate component allows you to add new field definitions to TFieldUpdate.FieldItems, and modify those field definitions by setting values for TFieldUpdate.FieldItems.ItemsI].Name, .FieldType, .Length and .Precision. You can also populate TFieldUpdate.FieldItems using the procedure ReadFromFile(), specifying the path to a database from which to read the field definitions. This procedure is available at design time using the property TFieldUpdate.ReadFrom, which allows you to browse for a database. You can then apply these field definitions to a database at runtime using the ApplyToFile() procedure, specifying the path to a database to which you want to apply the field definitions contained in TFieldUpdate.FieldItems.
- Status: Fully functional
- Source: Included
- Size: 15kB
Platforms: D4, D5
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