I have been using Clarion since the DOS days, and lately mostly for recreational programming. There's a technique I've never been able to master, and am hoping for some guidance. I am using Clarion 8Table1 with a relation.
I've created a typical browse procedure for a table - let's call it Table1. In the update procedure for that browse, along with the fields for Table1, I've added a browse list on the update procedure to update records from Table2, which are related to
What I've never been able to master is how to use transaction processing (commit, rollback, etc.) to handle the OK or Cancel possibilities on the update window.procedure", but there's not much, if any, documentation as to how to use it.
IOW, if I'm using the update procedure to add child records to Table2, and then click on Cancel, I'd like to rollback the addition of the child records automatically. I know there's an extension template named "Add a transaction manager to the
Can anyone give me some help with this?
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