We now continue our journey learning about TClientDataSet, picking up from where we left off in part 1. In this part we finish covering the properties, events and methods of TClientDataSet that relate to local datasets (that is to say, not connecting to a database or multi-tier development). We also examine how Master / Detail relationships work and how to use CloneCursor to have multiple views on the same DataSet.
After finishing both Part 1 and 2 you should have a very good understanding of how TClientDataSet and it's ancestor TDataSet work.
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