$activepath returns the active path as an associative list of entities and $curocc (or $dbocc for $activedbpath) Using $activepath as lvalue, we can reset the active path in one go, on $activedbpath even a meanwhile sort will not confuse the repositioning. Perhaps we can intruduce an argument like a field and deal with the active path for this location.

Use Case

\\\"- logging the exact position of an event - restoring position after some global traverse of data - allows collecting validation errors in a nested multi-occurence context and \\\"\\\"jump\\\"\\\" from location to location for amendment.\\\"


will make work much easier, because we have all info for the WHERE question in a single command. Especially the (re)set position functionality in a frame-in-frame-in-frame situation would come quite handy. the dbocc- alternative allows repositioning even after a sort took place



Operating System

Not Applicable



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