To update data, you can use buffers, transactions, or views.
In This Section
- How to: Perform Updates Using Buffers
- Explains how to enable record or table buffering, after choosing the type of buffering method and type of locking.
- Managing Updates Using Transactions
- Describes transactions and how to use them to protect update operations and use transactions to recover from an entire section of code as a unit.
- Managing Updates by Using Views
- Discusses the use of views to manage data conflicts in multiuser environments.
- TABLEUPDATE( ) Function
- Commit changes made to a buffered row, a buffered table, cursor, or cursor adapter.
- TABLEREVERT(В ) Function
- Discard changes made to a buffered row or a buffered table or cursor and restore the OLDVAL(В ) data for remote cursors and the current disk values for local tables and cursors.