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Problem trapping event in a matrix SBO 2004


I am trying to trap when the lost focus event in a matrix, so if the cell is empty I want to put the focus back into that cell and call a formatted search

I can't seem to get the cursor to go back to the original cell. Can anyone help please ?

Regards Andy

    Case et_LOST_FOCUS:
    ' check if parish code is empty in posts matrix
    If pVal.formuid = "CONTACTS" And pVal.ItemUID = "228" And pVal.ColUID = "u_dpcode" And pVal.Before_Action = False Then
      Set oform = SBO_Application.Forms(formuid)
      Set omatrix = oform.Items("228").Specific
      If Trim(omatrix.Columns("u_dpcode").Cells(pVal.Row).Specific.String) = "" Then
        omatrix.Columns("u_dpcode").Cells.Item(pVal.Row).Click ct_Regular
        ' SBO_Application.SendKeys ("+{F2}")
      End If
      Set omatrix = Nothing
      Set oform = Nothing
    End If

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2005 at 04:39 PM

    Hi Paul,

    Have you debuged the app and ensure if this line is executed?

    omatrix.Columns("u_dpcode").Cells.Item(pVal.Row).Click ct_Regular

    Which version is it?

    in 2005, the Validate and Before_Action = true event is rised too, and you could use it to set the BubbleEvent to false(In 2004 it is not rised).


    Ibai Peñ

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