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When "Delete Record" set doesn't have index what it is going to delete while debugging ??

Murali Naidu 4 years ago in Studio / Toolbox • updated by Gandalf 4 years ago 0
Delete Record input doesn't have index.
but when I debug It is showing the message as success so here actually what is deleting by the Delete Record ??
At least when I debug it should show some message as record set doesn't exist.

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Hi Murali

If the recordset is being used as an Input and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will use the last record.

If the recordset is being used as an Output and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will add a new record.

So in your example above, the last record in the recordset was deleted. The debug output should show you the record number.

There is a Warewolf Language Help button at the top of the studio:

It has more detail on how the language works.
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Hi Murali

If the recordset is being used as an Input and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will use the last record.

If the recordset is being used as an Output and does not have an index specified [[rec().set]], then it will add a new record.

So in your example above, the last record in the recordset was deleted. The debug output should show you the record number.

There is a Warewolf Language Help button at the top of the studio:

It has more detail on how the language works.