Ok I understand it now.
It depends of what you need to do with it.
If you only want it available in a specific place of your code the strong scope option is more suitable.
On your option 2 you could have error message because of no table record available if lCheck is False, in contrary to...
I don't know what you want to achieve. The strong scope is recommended when you have to update/create/delete a record to have the smallest transaction possible.
however for no-lock you will only using it if you need to be sure that this buffer is only used in dedicated places in your code.
I do not have any documentation because it's the infrastructure services that did that.
But to summit up simply:
We have windows virtual server that when a user connect to it an auto launch start up the 4Gl app
And on the Scan Gun that has a windows OS or an android OS on it (you need something...
I think I solved it.
I moved of place "hWin:Visible" because while doing some research I found that when you create a Window and keep it not visible the AVM does not realized it. So when you make it visible at the end the AVM make it resized.
Tell me if it's ok...
I'm digging again in Protop, and would like to ask is there is a way to have the web pages on premise and not somewhere in the cloud.
My Admins aren't willing to let health data of our db go trought the web.
Thanks in advance.
Thank you @TomBascom I will keep in mind what you said.
The behavior I had with my crashed backup was after the PROREST the server wasn't able to start at all. So the first solution would be already good.
I will see what I can get from a dbanalys option but could be a good way to be sure of...
Thank you @TomBascom for your quick answer as always :)
After the PROREST, is there a way to know that the Dumy database has restart properly and logged it?
I don't know if a proenv command is abled to do it or a simple connexion test would do the trick ? I need to know if the Dumy database is...
I'm just out of my first db crashed. We can't found the issue.
But we discovered after that our two last backup before crash were corrupted.
Do you know if there is a way after restore a backup to test if the process was successfull or not ? Or even without restoring the backup in...