dbRecall()

DBRECALL()

Recalls a record previousy marked for deletion.

Syntax

      DBRECALL()

Description

This function unmarks those records marked for deletion and reactivates them in the aliased or selected work area. If a record is DELETED and the DELETED setting is on, the record will still be visible for a DBRECALL() provided that the database record pointer has not been skipped. Once a record marked for deletion with the DELETE setting ON has been skipped, it no longer can be brought back with DBRECALL().

Examples

      USE test NEW
      DBGOTO( 10 )
      DBDELETE()
      ? DELETED()
      DBRECALL()
      ? DELETED()
      USE

Compliance

Clipper

Files

Library is rdd

Seealso

DBDELETE()

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