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Binnding matrix column with dbdatasource column

Hi experts,

Iam using a matrix to list the sales employeess...(similar to that of SalesEmployee master form ), iam bindng my columns with dbdatasource columns,

so when i bind a column with dbdatasource column of type numeric(19.6), default value of 0.00000 is getting displayed in the column, so how can i prevent displaying 0.00000 .

I want to only display the value if it is >0.



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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 09:32 AM


    It is easy. if The cell type is Edit then you can control of the Supperssing Zeros.

    Sample: (i know you have it already)

    To do:

    1. Create matrix add column type it_edit

    2. load data

    3. Set supresszeros to true of the cell !

            oColumn = oColumns.Add("QTY", SAPbouiCOM.BoFormItemTypes.it_EDIT)
            oColumn.TitleObject.Caption = "QTY"
            oColumn.Width = 40
            oColumn.Editable = True
            oColumn.DataBind.SetBound(True, "", "QTY")
           'load data 
           For i As Integer = 1 To oMatrix.RowCount
                Dim oEditText As SAPbouiCOM.EditText = oMatrix.Columns.Item("QTY").Cells.Item(i).Specific
                oEditText.SuppressZeros = True



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