Can you please clarify how the commit order in the datasources work and what you need to specify in that field.

asked 25 Apr '14, 22:13

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Hi Raymond,

When Formspider issues DML's for changes in each datasource, it processes them in the order specified by the Commit Order attribute. So if datasource1 has commit order value 1 and datasource2 has commit order value 2, the DML's for the changes in datasource1 will be issued first. This helps in screens where you insert a master and its details. Obviously, you want the master to be inserted first and details later. You can achieve this by given a smaller commit order to the master datasource.

We usually give commit orders as 10,20,30 so that we can insert one in-between later if needed.

Kind Regards,
Yalim

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answered 27 Apr '14, 15:04

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edited 27 Apr '14, 15:05

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