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GetNewObjectKey() returning empty


I'm adding some documents via DI API. Actually it's 3 documents and i'm adding them using transaction control.

I need the DocEntry of the second document but after Document.Add(), the method Company.GetNewObjectKey() returns empty.

When I commit the transaction, it succesfully create the documents.

What am I doing wrong?

Code sample:

if (lDocumento.Add() != 0)
                        return false;

DataSource.SetValue(DataSourceUIDs.CodigoPedidoVenda, 0, mAddOn.Connection.Database.GetNewObjectKey()); //<= Returns empty
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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Leandro,

    I cant reproduce your issue in SBO 9.0 PL 11 .Which version are you using ?

    The code I used :

    for (int i = 1; i < 4; i++)
        SAPbobsCOM.Documents oDoc = SBO_Company.GetBusinessObject(BoObjectTypes.oQuotations);
        oDoc.CardCode = "C50000";
        oDoc.DocDueDate = DateTime.Today;
        oDoc.Lines.ItemCode = "A00004";
        oDoc.Lines.Quantity = i;
        if (oDoc.Add() == 0)
            SBO_Application.MessageBox("Run no. "+i+" - NewObjectKey: " + SBO_Company.GetNewObjectKey()); // correct new object keys
            SBO_Application.MessageBox("Error in run no. "+i+": " + SBO_Company.GetLastErrorDescription());
    if (SBO_Company.InTransaction)
    SBO_Application.MessageBox("After commit : " + SBO_Company.GetNewObjectKey());

    Can it be that your second dcoument can't be added, instead of return false; print GetLastErrorDescription().



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