Fetches the next set of information from the databaseint sm_tm_command ("CONTINUE [
- The name of a server view in the current transaction. This parameter is case sensitive.
tableViewNameis specified, the command is applied according to the
tableViewScopeparameter. (Since the entire table view tree might not be included, this is known as a partial command, and
TM_FULLto 0.) The specified table view must either be a server view or be the server view to which the desired table view belongs.
tableViewNameis not specified, the command is applied for each table/server view, starting with the root table view. This is known as a full command, and
- One of the following parameters, which must be preceded by a table view name.
TV_AND_BELOWwhich applies the command to the specified table view and all table views below it on the tree. If no parameter is specified, the transaction manager acts as though
BELOW_TVwhich applies the command to the table views below the specified table view.
TV_ONLYwhich applies the command to the specified table view only.
SV_ONLYwhich applies the command only to the table views of the specified server view.
CONTINUE(not available in Web applications or three-tier processing) fetches the next set of information from the database. If there are no additional rows, this command has no effect.
CONTINUEdoes not set the transaction mode but requires view or update mode. A partial
CONTINUEcommand is also permitted in new mode.
Push buttons and menu selections for the
CONTINUEcommand can choose to set the class property to
continue_button. By default,
continue_buttonis active in view and update modes.
If your screen has multiple table views, the transaction manager issues a
CONTINUEfor the specified table view and any table views linked to it via server links. This displays the next set of rows for that server view. Then SELECT or VIEW processing is done for any additional child table views.
If your screen has multiple table views and you want to fetch data for only one table view, use FETCH instead of
If the setting of the Fetch Directions property, as discussed in the CONTINUE_DOWN command, permits the
CONTINUE_DOWNcommand to be executed, the data displayed by this command for the specified server view can come from a continuation file. The warnings for
VIEWwhich generate a database query and display the first set of query results.
The following requests can be generated by the
CONTINUEcommand to ascertain whether the changes from the previous command have been saved and, if desired, to discard those changes:
TM_PRE_CLOSE(described under CLOSE)
The following requests can also be generated:
TM_FETCH(described under FETCH)
TM_SELECTfor a parent table view returns no data,
TM_CLEARrequests are generated for all subordinate table views, but not for table views at the same level of the tree.
TM_CLEARrequests are described under