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.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I used this syntax in PB9, how to use in datawindow.net with C#?
ls_objects = string(datawindow.object.datawindow.objects)
I hope to get a list of the controls in the datawindow objects.
On 5 Jan 2006 23:30:30 -0800, "Robert" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I used this syntax in PB9, how to use in datawindow.net with C#?
>ls_objects = string(datawindow.object.datawindow.objects)
>I hope to get a list of the controls in the dataw...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...DataWindows and datawindow objects
Difference between Datawindow and datawindowobjects?
- datawindow is a control on a userobject or a window
- datawindowobject (DWObject) is a control within a datawindow, defined in
the dataobject of the datawindow.
You refer to it as <datawindow-instance>.Object.<datawindow object>
<Santhoshi> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Difference between Datawindow and datawindowobjects?
DW Control is a "container" that reserves real-estate on the surface of
a visual object.
I'm using PB 6.5.1. I have a report with the following layout:
Datawindow A contain Datawindow B, Datawindow B contain Datawindow C
And I want to get a reference to Datawindow C. However, I tried to use
GetChild() for Datawindow B. It retured -1. Thus, I also tried to get
another Datawindow D which is nested in Datawindow A and no nested
datawindow nested in it. Then, using GetChild is worked for this case. Am I
missing something?? is there any other way round?? Any ideas or suggestion
are welcome. Thanks in Advance.
...Nested datawindow within a nested datawindow
I have a report, that contains a datawindow, which itself contains a
datawindow. Everything is working fine until the number of retrieved lines
get's over about 1100 primary and over about 3200 retrieved nested lines.
Although the task manager (I'm using Powerbuilder 7.0.3 on Windows 2000)
shows me, that there is still enough free memory, the data retrieval stops
and Powerbuilder (or the application which called the Retrieve() method)
ends itself without any error message. That allways happens when the
datawindow has allocated about 70 MB of virtual memory. (About 99% of those
...Re: Nested Datawindow Report (Datawindow Printing)
Does anyone know if this problem has been corrected in PB 8
or 9? Please advise. I am currently using PB 7.
Problem: In case of large text fields, PowerBuilder not
printing the Data correctly. Lines are cut in half and also
not printing last few lines . This is happening on nested
Here is the link to the original documentation:
Original documentation :-) states that this is not a bug but expected
behaviour, so what kind of "correction" do you expect?
Philip ...No nested datawindows or n-up datawindows?
Are there no nested datawindows or n-up datawindows in Pocket?
I can't seem to add them in the painter, yet the help describes the
Currently, these DW types are not supported in PK 2.0.2.
"Ignacio Mateos" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Are there no nested datawindows or n-up datawindows in Pocket?
> I can't seem to add them in the painter, yet the help describes the
> properties rows_Per_detail...
...Describe("DataWindow.Objects") Functionality for Report DataWindow object Doesn't Work
I want to change the nested report object(s) attributes.
I had used Describe() function to get objects -("DataWindow.Objects").
After removing the tab spaces I was able to get the object name within that
DW. By checking the Attributes -(ls_obj + ".Attributes") I came to know by
finding "nested_argument" that the current object is (nested) report.
Now if I assigned this object to the DDDWChild/Any variable it gives error
either at compilation or at run time.
If I created a datastore locally & assigned the dataobject of the current ...nested datawindow within another nested datawindow?
I was trying to create a report which has a nested datawindow within another
nested datawindow, and PB didn't seem to go for this... got memory errors.
Is this even possible? I searched all of the usual resources and couldn't
find anything about this... maybe they assumed nobody would be dumb enough
It is perfectly legal to have multiple levels of nested reports. However,
nesting isn't supported for certain DW types like grid and n-up. Try testing
your DWs on their own to ensure that they work properly. Then nest them one
at a time and try to i...Child datawindows (Nested DataWindows)
Hello all...I was wondering... I have used Child Datawindows
for quite some time under PB9.03. These are invaluable when
a user is in the Parent DataWindow and must choose a value
from a list of choices provided by the Child DataWindow. The
kind of Child DataWindow I am talking about is a
DropDownDataWindow (DDDW). This is the only kind I have ever
used. I was simply wondering whether there are more kinds of
Child DataWindows other than the DDDW? Any info would be
The next most popular use is of child DWs within
Composite Presentation Style parents.
Nested ...Use DataWindow Object Properties in DataWindow Object Expression
Can I make use of the properties of objects in the expression?
For example, can I set an expression in COLUMN_A's color property which
reference the color property of COLUMN_B. I don't know how to access
properties in expressions. Can anyone help me? Thanks.
You can use the Describe() function.
Alex wrote in message <362D543F.F34B5F33@hotmail.com>...
> Can I make use of the properties of objects in the expression?
>For example, can I set an expression in COLUMN_A's color property which
>reference the color property of...Problem Created Nested Report Object On Report DataWindow
I'm using PB703 Build 10213.
I face a problem creating a Sub-Report Object on an existing Report Data
When ever I try to do this the system crushes.
I also tried to copy an existing sub-report object from another datawindow.
In this case the system does not crush, but all columns on the main
datawindow, having a ddlb edit style, loose the ddlb information. (Even if
you define them again, when you close & reopen the datawindwo, they are
Any help appreciated
Thanks In Advance
Add direct setting and getting capability for the datawindow where clause.
This would have to be a string array in case of unions.
Return ONLY the where clause(s) in the main select (in case of sub-selects,
ignore the where clause or somehow list it as a subselect in the where or a
subselect in the select).
It would be great if I could just get and set this as a value and have the
datawindow automatically change (or add) the where clause as specified.
This is for setting the where clause dynamically at run time. Currently
have to parse through the datawindow.table.select looking f...