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Fastest Way To Add Data Through DI

For Examples there're 5 or more rows in Matrix when i press add button it takes too long time about 10 seconds more. i dont know whether there's faster way. i did matrix row looping from row 1 to Matrix.rowcount to do oDocument_Lines.add .After all data add i do oDocument.add.

I know that many developers complaint about the DI Performance, but is there any way to enhance DI performance ? Thanks

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    Posted on May 04, 2005 at 04:49 PM

    Hi Hamdi,

    There is a work around, If you bind the Matrix to a user defined table (It can be a blank table), and then use the oMatrix.LoadFromDatasource and oMatrix.FlushtoDatasource, you can manipulate/collect/call the data using the dbdatasource object.

    This is quite fast, and I have had no problem with it, and also using a Documents object to do a goods receipt.

    To recap, bound dbdatasource (blank if needed) to a usertable, use flushtodatasource and LoadFromDatasource and use dbdatasource.offset method

    I attach some sample Code.

    Populate your Matrix


     For i = 0 To Scanindb.Size - 1
                            If Trim(Scanindb.GetValue(4, i)) = "No" Then
                                ' Right we need to add the item
                                OITMOBject.ItemCode = Trim(Scanindb.GetValue(0, i))
                                OITMOBject.Manufacturer = "-1"
                                OITMOBject.ItemsGroupCode = "101"
                                OITMOBject.UserFields.Fields.Item(4).Value = Scanindb.GetValue(3, i)
                                OITMOBject.UserFields.Fields.Item(5).Value = Scanindb.GetValue(2, i)
                                ret = OITMOBject.Add
                            End If
                        Next i

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