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Disabling Matrix Columns


My aim is to disable matrix colums while in update mode, I'm also able to do it using the code below;

 matItems.Columns.Item("1").Editable = False

But by this my columns become disabled for ever, even when i close and open the form in other modes. I also tried doing the following;

 matItems.Columns.Item("1").Editable = True

But, its not working. Plz help.

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 07:00 AM


    matItems.Columns.Item("1").Editable = False

    Works fine. Some times SBO will kep this column disbled. You have to enable the column when you load the form. or before closing the form.

    Do you need the matrix completely disabled in OK mode?. Then just SetAutoManagedAttribute to the matrix.


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    • Rohan.

      you can SetAutomanagedAttribute for any items in your form.

      So that the form item enable / diable visibility / invisibility will be managed by form if Form.Automanaged = true.

      Using this code you can set AutomanagedAttribute

      oForm.Items.Item("textUID").SetAutoManagedAttribute(SAPbouiCOM.BoAutoManagedAttr.ama_Editable, -1, SAPbouiCOM.BoModeVisualBehavior.mvb_False);
      oForm.Items.Item("textUID").SetAutoManagedAttribute(SAPbouiCOM.BoAutoManagedAttr.ama_Editable, 2, SAPbouiCOM.BoModeVisualBehavior.mvb_True);

      Using this code the form will set txtUID control disabled all modes and enables in Add Mode


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