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Help: Removing the SQL cursor
Does anyone know how to remove the SQL mouse cursor when accessing the BDE?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
18 years ago

Morris102.m
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22 months ago
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WIn NT 4 (Service Pack 6) - Window Messages
RE: Delphi application - probelm area Win NT messages, , I'm having to check if my application , has been closed with a reboot/shuit down or with the user interactive and clicking close, , I have managed to capture messages that are being sent to my app and it appears as though the following messages are sent on a shut down...., , $00B001(45057) and, $00B01A(45082), , I cannot find a definition of these messages anywhere - does anyone know exactly what they are??, I appear to get the B001 5 or 6 times and then a B01A., , Any help appreciated.
18 years ago

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Calling SQL Server 7 Stored Procedures from C++
I am having trouble calling a SQL Server 7.0 Stored Procedure from C++ that returns a recordset and an output parameter., , Here's the criteria - I wish to bind parameters at run time and I need to return an output parameter. Presumably, I need to use rs.Open not execute in order to get the recordset - the problem is that I don't get the output parameters if I am opening the recordset., The stored procedure may change so I don't really want to implement a static wrapper for it., I have tried to implement this with ADO, MFC DAO and MFC ODBC support classes., , A sample piece of code that does exactly what I need would be ideal...
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18 years ago

southland
It will work, It will work. I try it before.
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Getting the CPU serial Number
Does anyone know how to do this with Delphi?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Single User Apps « Delphi Board
18 years ago

wpantoja
According to material I have found at the W3C website, Intel has turned off the ability for software to read the serial number., , However, here is the reference guide from Intel on how to read the serial number, if possible:, [URL=http://developer.intel.com/design/pentiumiii/applnots/245125.htm]http://developer.intel.com/design/pentiumiii/applnots/245125.htm[/URL]
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Re: Calling SQL Server 7 Stored Procedures from C+
Thanks for your reply VBcrew but I'm afraid that won't return me a recordset which is why open is used rather than execute.
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18 years ago
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Executing Stored Procedures in a Transaction
Does anyone know why calling ExecProc, for 3 or more stored procedures that each do a simple insert rec into different tables on a SQL Server Database in a transaction and then rolling back the transaction causes the last record to still be inserted?????, , I cannot always use Open to run the stored proc (although this resolves the problem) as I an insert does not return a record set., , Help MUCH appreciated!
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