DataWindow This, DataWindow That...
Blah blah blah
You've heard it enough that you don't even want to comment on how many
....but it can't be enough anymore...can it?
This from one of our colleagues
(and yes my apologies for taking it out of context)...
"...PB covers all you need to do that in ONE Tool. This
includes Windowprogramming ( meaning the interface to the user:
Windows, Sheets, diallougeboxes, etc.), Database operability AND
Reporting! Well, I see als well as many other PB users that some of
the implementations and features PB offers are improvable. But thi...datawindow.column.count not returning the column count of a datawindow
I am having problems with the datawindow.column.count property of a
datawindow. It just started happening with PB 6.501 and still works
fine in PB 5.0. The function that looks at this property is in an
ancestor userobject. The dataobject is assigned at this point but all
other properties of the datawindow are missing. Any suggestions?
Don't recall, but was it still dwDescribe() in version 5.0? If it was that
may be your problem.
Kent Montgomery wrote:
> I am having problems with the datawindow.column.count property of a
> datawindow. It just started happenin...datawindow column names and multi-table datawindows 5.0.04 -> 6.5
Has anybody out there noticed problems with the dynamic creation of
multi-table datawindows and referring to the datawindow columns? In 5.0.04
PowerBuilder automatically prefixed each datawindow column with the table
name(e.g. table_name_column_name). This is now broken in PB 6.5.
Why did this change in 6.5? What necessitated this change so that all
Sybase customers are forced to perform costly regression testing on
PB Enterprise 6.5
ODBC - any dbms( Sql Any, MS SQL, Oracle, Sybase ASE, Quadbase )
...How can I get the column name of a datawindow column?
I want to get the column name in tablename.columnname format. I have tried
to get it using dbname property. However, I found that it work only if the
tables in the datawindow are inner join. If the tables in the datawindow
are outer join, the dbname only return the columnname and the tablename is
Do you have any idea?
You could add the name to the select clause or to the tag property. Or you
caould check to see if it is a join or not (by seeing if there is a '.' in the
column name) if not then get the sql select statment and parse to find the
table...Hide datawindow column in html datawindow
Is there anyway I can hide a datawindow column in the generated html? I
can't make the visible property to false because doing that will not
generate the column. I want the column with type as hidden in generated
I don't think this is in the works for the next release but I know of
several people who have mentioned it in the past. Try adding an
enhancement request (I think you can do this through my.sybase.com).
Hitesh Patel wrote:
> Is there anyway I can hide a datawindow column in the generated html? I
I'm using DataWindow.NET 1.5.1 9004 on a Windows XP
Professional SP 2 machine with the latest Microsoft Update
The release notes indicate that change request 385532 is
However, if I configure my computer to use a Windows XP
theme the border does not render as expected; a blue
bordered box is displayed. If I configure my computer to
use a Windows Classic theme the border is rendered as
expected. Is there something else I need to do to get the
datawindow object column borders to render correctly when
using a Windows XP theme?
Are you using 3D Lower...Datawindow Column name
How i can to get the column's name with it index.
I tried this in a datawindow with 10 columns:
for i=1 to dw.rowCount()
name = dw.describe("#" + i + ".name")
but when i going to try it only show me the name of the first column (1)
dont work with 2,3... etc.
you know any other method ?? What i can do ??
You are looping on a rowcount() - it does NOT have anything to do with
Yup. You need to use Integer (Describe ("...Datawindow column names
We have some datawindows that are fairly large (75Kb+), with 220+
columns (there is a lot of Oracle decoding going on) as well as some
computed columns. Every time that we change the SQL statement, the
datawindow painter changes the name of the columns, prefixing the column
names with the table names. What are the rules concerning what type of
change to the datawindow SQL statement causes this to happen? And is
there a way to configure/fool the datawindow painter to stop it from
renaming the columns everytime we modify the SQL?
This is PB5.0.2 on Win95 running against Oracle 7.2.
Than...Datawindow Column Names
Does anyone remember what the dwSyntax command is to return the columns
on a datawindow (in an array format)? I cannot seem to find it in the help.
you can read the source code of f_dw_get_objects in PFC,
or just retrieve columns list by dw.object.datawindow.objects.
Jim Cuoco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Does anyone remember what the dwSyntax command is to return the
> on a datawindow (in an array format)? I cannot seem to find it in the
>...How to share the datawindow to inner datawindow of nested datawindow
How to share the datawindow to inner datawindow of nested datawindow.
dw_1 is normal datawindow dw_nes is nested datawindow, both are placed
dw_nes contain dw_child datawindow
i want to share dw_1 and dw_child.
I have tried the below code, getting error
It's the dot notation. You will need to dw_nes.GetChild("dw_child", ldwc)
where ldwc is a _local_ datawindowchild.
<email@example.com> wrote in message
news:firstname.lastname@example.org...To find Datawindow Control name on the basis of datawindow
Can any one please help me, how can I find the datawindow control name on the
basis os datawindow name, say for example I know the datawindow name, say d_test
I want to the winsdow name or user object where the associated datawindow
control is available.
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At runtime or design time. At design time you could just do a target wide
search for 'd_test' and see where it is used. Runtime you'd need to walk
through objects, examining the dw object assigned to each dw c...Getting Datawindow name from datawindow child variable
I want to get the datawindow (name) from a datawindowchild variable.
But, the dwc has no way to get it.
I want the code like this :
dw_2.dataobject = dwc.dataobject
-------------- -> X
In the above code, "dw_1.object.colname.dddw.name" is what I want.
But, from the "dwc", I can't know that.
You're correct. There is no way to get the datawindow name from the
datawindow child, you have to ask the paren...Populating a column with a dropdown datawindow within a datawindow.
I have a datawindow which contains two fields. One is named "customer_name"
and the other is "job_siteno".
these fields are contained in two different tables which are related by a
foreign key column "cust_id". Both of these columns have a DDDW edit
control. When I select the customer name I want to then have the
"job_siteno" column populated with all the site numbers related to this
particular customer. I would then be able to select the site number from the
DDDW edit control. Selecting the customer number is no problem. My problem
is that th...modifiyin a datawindow in a datawindow
When I want to modify a datawindow, then it's just
But what do I have to do when I want to modify a datawindow
in a datwindow ?
I tried : dw1.dw2.modify() but that doesn't work.
Anyone can help me out with this ?
get the dw via getchild & apply modify
In article <email@example.com>, David says...
> When I want to modify a datawindow, then it's just
> But what do I have to do when I want to modify a datawindow
> in a datwindow ?
> I tried : dw...