Functions and Directives

Function DbCommitAll() Foundation

Writes file buffers in all work areas into files.

DbCommitAll() --> NIL

The return value of DbCommitAll() is always NIL.


Calling the database function DbCommitAll() causes all open file buffers (for DBF and index files) in all work areas to be written into the respective files. This means that data changed in memory is permanently saved on the hard drive. File buffers are also written by the function DbCommit(), but this must be called explicitly for each work area.

// DbCommitAll() is used like DbCommit(). 
// See function DbCommit() 


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