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How to hold cursor on updated record? [message #665230] Sat, 26 August 2017 10:46 Go to next message
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My question is this I am updating the qty in pos system everything is working fine but cursor is not holding the same updating record which i am updating untill i insert a next record cursor is moving to the next record cursor should be on 2222 record but moved to next record as I mentioned in uploaded. Png deffinately i have used some logic like next record etc may i have mistaken somewhere if i try to changed the logic whole logic is disturbing is there any possibility we can hold the cursor on same record which we are updating .
 L_match Boolean: =false;
L_continue Boolean:=true;
While l_continue and not l_match loop
If :emp.cc=:control.zz then
If :system.last_record! ='True' then
L_continue: =false;
End if;
End if;
End loop;
Something like this.................

Kindly guide me

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Re: How to hold cursor on updated record? [message #665235 is a reply to message #665230] Sat, 26 August 2017 16:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It is difficult to read your question as you don't use any punctuation. Sentences are here to distinguish one thought from another. In your case, everything is written in one sentence so I have no idea where one of them stops and another one begins. Perhaps you should pay more attention to quality of your messages.

Furthermore, how nice of you to use [code] tags! It would be even better if you properly formatted code; the way it is written now, it is (again) difficult to follow its execution.

Anyway: it appears that you are looping through all records in a block. If you want to return to current record, store its ordinal number (:SYSTEM.TRIGGER_RECORD) into a variable and - once you're done with the code you use - return to that record using the GO_RECORD built-in.
Re: How to hold cursor on updated record? [message #665239 is a reply to message #665235] Sun, 27 August 2017 07:37 Go to previous message
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Registered: January 2017
Sorry sir to could not explain properly as well as code tag sir I would check as you suggested I will let you know soon

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