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How to add a row in matrix when the form is in ok mode ?

Hi friends,

<b> How to add a row in matrix when the form is in ok mode i.e .If i navigate the form ,the form comes in the ok mode .</b>

I want to get a new row when ever i navigate the screen.The new row next to last row of the matrix to be added.

<b> if i used the matrix.addrow() .It is copying the previous row.But if i used the DBdatasource.Item(1).clear()</b> , It is clearing the entire matrix and adding a row .

Please help me to solve this problem . If any code example please send me that .

Thanks

V.Ranagarajan

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2006 at 10:09 AM

    HI friends i got it

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    • Hi ,

      I have given the following code example.Hope it helps

      '//***********************************************************************************

      '//*** Check form in OK MODE

      ElseIf oForm.Mode = SAPbouiCOM.BoFormMode.fm_OK_MODE Then

      '//*** tO add a new row

      Try

      Dim oMatrix2 As SAPbouiCOM.Matrix

      oMatrix2 = SBO_Application.Forms.Item("formID").Items.Item("matrixid").Specific

      Dim val As Integer = (pVal.Row - 1)

      If oMatrix2.RowCount >= 1 And val <> -1 Then

      oEdit2 = oMatrix2.Columns.Item("V_0").Cells.Item((pVal.Row - 1)).Specific

      '// ** Get the Last Row

      If pVal.Row = (oMatrix2.RowCount + 1) Then

      oEdit = oForm.Items.Item("1000001").Specific

      If oEdit2.String <> Nothing Then

      '//** Clear the dbdatasource

      oForm.DataSources.DBDataSources.Item(1).Clear()

      oMatrix2.AddRow(1)

      End If

      End If

      '// End of matrix row count check

      End If

      '//*****************************************************************************************************

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