Version 1.5 has datawindow support. Use datawindows.
I have been digging into the query / navigator problem and it is not
too promising as yet. I got bidirectional but could not edit the data
that way. You get bidirectional by messing with the transaction
object (not the query object as you would expect).
The query objects are still useful - you can update data etc. with
them with coded SQL.
FYI - the Calistra ODBC mySQL Administrator is written in
Power++ (Optima renamed).
> I am attempting to get the combination of MySQL (on a Linux box) to talk to
> Optima++ on a MS-Windows98 box via mysqlOdbc (2.50.1700)
> I have this working well using MS-Access.
> When I use Optima++ I get the form working, the test says connection is
> achieved but when I try and scroll through the records (with a navigation
> control) I can only go forwards one record at a time. I cannot go backwards
> or use the go to either end of the record set.
> Any ideas, does this have something to do with the lack of support for
> Thanks Roger
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