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adding a .net components on a b1 form


i want to add a .net date time picker control to a b1 form which i m creating at run time. how can i do it. plz send code.

Thanks & Regards : Amit Kumar

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:44 AM

    Hi Amit,

    this will help you but once you open date time picker you can not access SBO untill you select something in datetime picker control.

    Design a form with dateTimepicker Control(form size is equal to datetimepicker size)

    add the below code under your button item pressed Event

    newThread = New System.Threading.Thread(AddressOf DateTimePicker)

    newThread .ApartmentState = Threading.ApartmentState.STA

    newThread .Start()

    newThread .Join()

    Private Sub DateTimePicker()

    Dim myForm As New frmDateTimePicker

    strFileToOpen = ""

    myForm.DateTimePicker1.Left = SAPBONEForm.Left - 100(SEt the properties relative to Where you want to show the control)





    strDate = DummyForm.DateTimePicker1.Text

    MsgBox(strDate )


    End Sub

    And close the win form once the user selects the date

    Private Sub DateTimePicker1_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles DateTimePicker1.TextChanged


    End Sub

    If it helps please reward the points



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      hi jusi

      add reference mscomctl2.dll form com components

      then in ur project write code like this

      using miccrosoft.visulbasic.comptability

      private mscomctl2.dtpicker dt1;

      // to add date time picker on the b1 form

      sapbouicom.activex dtstart;

      oItem = oForm.Items.Add("dtp_start", SAPbouiCOM.BoFormItemTypes.it_ACTIVE_X);

      oItem.Left = 117;

      oItem.Width = 82;

      oItem.Top = 28;

      oItem.Height = 18;

      dtstart = ((SAPbouiCOM.ActiveX)(oItem.Specific));

      dtstart.ClassID = "MSComCtl2.DTPicker.2";

      dtp1 = ((MSComCtl2.DTPicker)(dtstart.Object));


      if u got any probs then contact me.

      regards: amit motla

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