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fill matrix of sales qoutation from udo

Dear Experts,

I have designed a UDO that have customer code at header and item code at header.

on sales qoutation I am going to provide copy from functionality.

I have provided Copy from Button that shows open UDO in a cfl. The Problem is when I want to populate matrix through ui api, it don't let me populate the grid. It goes to Exception "Item - Form item is not editable"

try {



as SAPbouiCOM.EditText).Value = frm.DataSources.DBDataSources.Item(0).GetValue("U_ItemCodeFG", 0).Trim();


catch (Exception ex)


Console .WriteLine (ex.Message);


Prior to this code I have successfully populated Business Partner Code in qoutation header.

I can manually click and type at column fist and row first cell of matrix.

the pane is set to 1 before this code.

Please help.

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  • Posted on May 22, 2013 at 07:16 AM

    Hi Imran,

    Can you try to remove the AddRow();

    And it should be : - nothice the columns.item should accept a string UID. Not an integer.


    as SAPbouiCOM.EditText).Value = frm.DataSources.DBDataSources.Item(0).GetValue("U_ItemCodeFG", 0).Trim();

    Another thing, In SQ form, DBDataSources.Item(0) would refer to the OQUT table. not your UDO.

    Unless your frm is not the SQ form ?



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