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Functions.AdsOpenTable90 Method

X#
See the ADS documentation for more information about this function.

Namespace:  XSharp.RDD
Assembly:  XSharp.Rdd (in XSharp.Rdd.dll) Version: 2.18
Syntax
 FUNCTION AdsOpenTable90(
	hConnect AS IntPtr,
	strName AS STRING,
	strAlias AS STRING,
	usTableType AS WORD,
	usCharType AS WORD,
	usLockType AS WORD,
	usCheckRights AS WORD,
	ulOptions AS DWORD,
	strCollation AS STRING,
	phTable OUT IntPtr
) AS DWORD
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Parameters

hConnect
Type: IntPtr
strName
Type: String
strAlias
Type: String
usTableType
Type: Word
usCharType
Type: Word
usLockType
Type: Word
usCheckRights
Type: Word
ulOptions
Type: DWord
strCollation
Type: String
phTable
Type: IntPtr

Return Value

Type: DWord
All methods in the Advantage Client Engine return either 0 for success or an error code. Most of the error numbers are defined in the AceError enumeration. You can call AdsGetLastError() to retrieve the message for the error code.
Remarks
This function calls the method with the same name in the Avantage Client Engine.
Some important differences between the ADS API in Visual Objects and the ADS API in X#
Handles In Visual Objects the handles (Table Handle, Index Handle, Connection Handle etc) are declared as DWORD. In X# they are declared as IntPtr since the size can be 32 bits when the application is running in 32 bit mode but 64 bits when the application is running in 64 bits mode.
String parameters In Visual Objects the string parameters are all declared as PSZ. In X# you can use normal strings. The .Net runtime takes care of the conversions between managed unicode strings and unmanaged native Ansi strings.
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