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Getting data from LinkedButton matrix cell

Hi.

<b>Problem:</b>

I'm having trouble finding a proper way to extract my text data from a Matrix Cell that holds a LinkedButton.

<b>Current condition:</b>

I have a Matrix that is bound to some data via. a user defined object.

<b>Temporary solution:</b>

I have found a way by going through the form's DataSource and getting the value by defining the DB-table, DB-field and what row i'm interested in. My current C# code for this looks like this:

<i>Column col = matrix.Columns.Item(colUID);

matrix.LoadFromDataSource();

String MyValue = Form.DataSources.DBDataSources.Item(DBtabel).GetValue(DBfield, RowNr);</i>

<b>Secondary problem:</b>

A DataSource is not always "up to date" with the data that is shown in the matrix. Matrix.LoadFromDataSource(); and Matrix.FlushToDataSource(); have to used frequently.

Are there really no other method for this ?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 02:54 PM

    Here is the way I did it, it's in VB, it may help you

    Public Function GetDataFromMatrix(ByVal oForm As SAPbouiCOM.Form, ByVal MatrixName As String, ByVal ColName As String, ByVal RowNumberStart1 As Int16) As String

    Dim oMatrix As SAPbouiCOM.Matrix

    Dim oEditText As SAPbouiCOM.EditText

    oMatrix = oForm.Items.Item(MatrixName).Specific

    oEditText = oMatrix.Columns.Item(ColName).Cells.Item(RowNumberStart1).Specific

    Return oEditText.Value

    End Function

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