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Stored procedures
Warning
From version 16, this feature is no longer available.
Returns the number of records found in a specific access to a PALM database. This number of records takes into account the possible filters previously defined by PalmFilter.
Reminder: PalmLoad is used to create a "View" of the data found in one of the Palm Pilot databases. All the database records are loaded in memory and they can be handled by the PALM functions. You have the ability to handle the records corresponding to a specific access. You have the ability to filter these records, read these records, ...
Example
// An access is opened: "JEFFACCESS"
// Total number of database records
// (for example: 25 records)
Info("Total number of messages: " + PalmNbRec("JEFFACCESS"))
// Displays 25
// Filter to select only the messages from
// the Office category (8 records)
PalmFilter("JEFFACCESS", palmFCategory, "Office")
// Number of records in the Office category
Info("Number of messages in the Office category" + ...
PalmNbRec("JEFFACCESS")) // Displays 8
Syntax
<Result> = PalmNbRec([<Access Name>])
<Result>: Integer
Number of records selected in the specified access.
  • If a filter is defined for the specified access, the number of records is the number of filtered records.
  • If no filter is defined, the number of records corresponds to the number of records in the PALM database.
<Access Name>: Optional character string (with quotes)
Name of the access that was defined by PalmLoad. If this parameter is not specified, the last access handled by a PALM function is used.
Components
WINDEVReports and Queries wd230plm.dll
Linux wd230plm.so
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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