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  • Modification conflict and status of the record
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Stored procedures
Returns the status of a record during a modification conflict.
Remark: From version 19, HFSQL is the new name of HyperFileSQL.
Example
// Code of a procedure called to process a modification conflict
FileName is string = HErrorInfo(hErrFile)
// Displays the status of the source record
Trace(HErrorStatusModification(FileName, hRecRead))
// Displays the status of the item for the file record
Trace(HErrorStatusModification(FileName, hRecFile))
// Displays the status of the item for the user record
Trace(HErrorStatusModification(FileName, hRecUser))
Syntax
<Result> = HErrorStatusModification(<Data file> , <Record to process>)
<Result>: Integer constant
Displays the status of the record.
hStateActiveThe record is active
hStateInvalidRecord status not found (error)
hStateCrossedThe record is crossed
hStateDelThe record is deleted
<Data file>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of data file used.
<Record to process>: Integer constant.
Used to specify the record in which the value of the item must be read.
hRecFileStatus of the record in the data file.
hRecReadReport of the original record (read before executing the HModify function).
hRecUserStatus of the current record during the call to HModify.
Remarks

Modification conflict and status of the record

When using an application in network, conflicts may occur because of conflicting data entered by the different users. For example:
1. The user X edits the form for the "California" state.
2. The user Y edits the form for the "California" state.
3. The user X renames the state to "California_01".
4. The user Y modifies the name of the state and saves it. A modification conflict occurs during this backup.
A conflict of modification status occurs when the form is deleted by the user X for example.
The different cases are presented in the table below:
Record readAdditionCrossedDeleted
Record on disk
AdditionModification conflictModification conflictModification conflict
CrossedConflict of modification statusModification conflictModification conflict
DeletedConflict of modification statusConflict of modification statusXXXX

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