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UDO objects

Hi,

I'm trying to connect UDO object with a form created with Screen Painter. How can I do it??? Is there any example available???

Thanks.

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 09:09 AM

    You should set the property <i>ObjectType</i> with the UID of your UDO object.

    You can set it using the ScreenPainter form properties or by code into the FormCreationParams object.

    Hope it helps

    Trinidad.

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    • I will sugest to create a simple form (with only one edit text or something) with the code (not using xml) and try to asign the UDO object to this form. Then see if everything is ok.

      After that you can save your form in an xml file and reload it into a FormCreationPackage object.

      If this two steps work then create the same simple form usign ScreenPainter and test it one more time.

      Compare xml files of the differents ways and try to find the problem.

      In the code I cannot find anything wrong.

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 10:45 AM

    It closes the aplicacion of SBO and you execute it again.

    The error itself due to that you execute your application go, creates the Form , and after , error gives you.

    The form is created but there is not visible.

    I also Trying to create a Form from an object UDO.

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