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   ► KBDesktop Data...Paradox & Ob...ObjectPAL Co...OPAL: Commands   Print This     
  From the August 2014 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Paradox OPAL: Commands:
User ForceRefresh() to Update Calculated Fields
 
Posted 12 years ago on 6/23/2007 and updated 6/13/2008
Take Away: If you ever have a calculated field on a form not update when you think it should, then use forceRefresh() to make the calculated field display the correct values.
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If you ever have a calculated field on a form not update when you think it should, then you can use the ObjectPAL method forceRefresh() to make the calculated field display the correct values. This can occur, for example, when you update a field involved with a calculated field using a TCursor.


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