Cursor.deleteRow() (Method)

Deletes the current row in the cursor.


JavaScript - 1.1
Netscape Enterprise Server - 2.0
Property/method value type:Number primitive
JavaScript syntax:NESmyCursor.deleteRow(aTableName)
Argument list:aTableNameThe name of a table to have a record deleted from it

If the cursor is updateable, then you can remove a row from the table. The row removed corresponds to the one the cursor is currently referencing.

The row following the current row becomes the current row unless the cursor is on the last row of the cursor in which case it is indexed backwards to the previous row.

Refer to the Status Code topic for a list of the status code values that are returned by this method.

See also:Status code