I am writing a query editor type app and I want the user to simple execute the query and not have to decide if they need to to a query.execute vs query.open via two differnent buttons.
So I tried this:
pgquery1.SQL.Add('select * from pg_class;');
pgquery1.SQL.Add('insert into test (firstname) VALUES (''snorkel'');');
The grid is filled during the first execute and the record count is returned.
I then clear the SQL and close the query, I then add new SQL that does not return a result set (INSERT) and the query gets executed just fine, but the Rows affected returns -1 instead of 1. If I don't do the first result set returning query the rowsaffeced is 1.
Is there a way to reset the query between executes so the rowsaffected works? I could create a new query object each time, but that seems like excessive overhead.