Having the DB Check point, its able to show the current values in form but its not showing the values that saved in the table

Having the DB Check point, its able to show the current values in form but its not showing the values that saved in the table

This looks like its happening because the data has been written to the db after our checkpoint, so we have to do a runtime record check Create-->Database Checkpoint-->Runtime 

Record Check.  we may also have to perform some

customization if the data displayed in the 

application is in a different format than the data

in the database by using TSL.  

For example, converting radio buttons to 

database readable form involves the following :

# Flight Reservation

set_window (\"Flight Reservation\", 3);

#edit_set (\"Date of Flight:\", \"16/06/09\");


# retrieve the three button states

button_get_state ( \"First\", first);

button_get_state ( \"Business\", bus);

button_get_state ( \"Economy\", econ);


# establish a variable with the correct numeric

#value based on which radio button is set

if (first)

service=\"1\";

if (bus)

service=\"2\";

if (econ)

service=\"3\";

set_window(\"Untitled - Notepad\",3);

edit_set(\"Report Area\",service);

db_record_check(\"list1.cvr\",DVR_ONE_MATCH,record_num);



By:UMANG
Date:2029-01-09 00:00:00

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