dbDelete()

DBDELETE()

Mark a record for deletion in a database.

Syntax

      DBDELETE()

Description

This function marks a record for deletion in the selected or aliased work area. If the DELETED setting is on, the record will still be visible until the record pointer in that work area is moved to another record.

In a networking situation, this function requires that the record be locked prior to issuing the DBDELETE() function.

Examples

      nId := 10
      USE testid INDEX testid NEW
      IF testid->( DBSEEK( nId ) )
         IF testid->( RLOCK() )
            DBDELETE()
         ENDIF
      ENDIF
      USE

Compliance

Clipper

Files

Library is rdd

Seealso

DBRECALL()

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