just another 'another' question :-)
How do I reopen a new statement with the possible cursor
position near a deleted row ?
This possibliy would avoid the crash.
Another way to avoid this crash is a 'fake' deletion of
the selected row - based on the primary key of the table.
Idea: For simple tables, collect their pk's (names) and
store it in a pk table. Then on each 'deletion' mark only
a - possibly prior altered table (deleted (true/false)) -
field and modify the where clause for the intented query.
Any suggestions ?
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