SEA repeat command

Command group Flag affected Reversible Execute on client Platform(s)
Error handlers NO NO NO All

Syntax

SEA repeat command

Description

This command attempts to repeat the command that caused an error; SEA stands for Set Error Action. This is most useful after an out of memory condition. The command is always used within an error handler. It is your responsibility to ensure that an endless looping situation between the error handler and the command is not created. Also, you must ensure that any side effects of the original execution of the command which caused the error are taken into account.

Example

; error handler traps an attempt to edit a locked record and the user presses the Break key
If #ERRCODE=kerrCantlock
  Yes/No message {Do you want to cancel the edit?}
  If flag true
    Quit all methods
  Else
    SEA repeat command
  End If
End If