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How to set a NULL value through the VCL

 

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Question:

I need to set a field in a record back to NULL (not an empty string or 0 for a numeric field).
I know I could run a SQL statement and do something like

'update customers set pid = NULL where cust_id=1234'

How can I do this within a TQuery using .Edit and .Post methods and TField instances to assign values?

Answer:

To set a field to NULL, you need to use the TField.Clear method. See the code below for an example.

var
  Query1 : TQuery;

begin
  //..
  Query1.Edit;
  Query1.FieldByName('FIRST_NAME').AsString = 'noname';
  Query1.FieldByName('P_ID').Clear;  // set this field to NULL
  Query1.Post;
end
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Comments:

2012-06-28, 10:01:07
Fábio from Brazil  
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Thank´s

 

 

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