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Resetting matrix rows


My form is in ADD Mode and i'm deleting some rows from it thru my code using the following code:

matItems = SBO_Application.Forms.ActiveForm.Items.Item("38").Specific



This deletes the row at intMatRow, but the matrix row numbers do not reset as they do when we select and delete a row manually.

For. eg.: if there are 3 rows in my matrix and i delete the first row, then the row numbers remain 2 and 3 for the remaining rows.

I want them to change to 1 and 2 as there are only 2 rows now.

Please help me with this.

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 11:47 AM


    Try this code

    matItems = SBO_Application.Forms.ActiveForm.Items.Item("38").Specific
    matItems.SelectRow(intMatRow, True, False)


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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 12:12 PM

    1293 is the menu item uid of Delete Row.

    So do not delete the matrix row using DeleteRow() method.

    Instead try the code sent by me before.


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      Hi Rohan

      try This

      in menu event pval before action false

      If pVal.MenuUID = "1293" Then

      If objForm.Mode = SAPbouiCOM.BoFormMode.fm_ADD_MODE Then

      For intCurrentRow = 1 To objMatrix.VisualRowCount

      objMatrix.Columns.Item("V_-1").Cells.Item(intCurrentRow).Specific.Value = intCurrentRow


      End If

      End If

      in item event for any validation regarding matrix use visualrowcount

      ex code:

      If objMatrix.Columns.Item(1).Cells.Item(objMatrix.VisualRowCount).Specific.Value = "" Then

      Call objMain.objUtilities.MatrixDeleteRow(FormUID, "11", objMatrix.VisualRowCount)

      End If



      Edited by: micheal willis on Aug 11, 2009 8:06 PM

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