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Problem AddRow in Matrix

Execute the following code to add rows in a matrix.

for (int RecIndex = 0; RecIndex <= RecCount - 1; RecIndex++)
                        oMatrix.AddRow(1, oMatrix.RowCount);
                        string coluna = rec.Fields.Item(0).Value.ToString();
                        string descricao = rec.Fields.Item(1).Value.ToString();
                        ((SAPbouiCOM.EditText)oMatrix.Columns.Item("V_0").Cells.Item(oMatrix.RowCount).Specific).Value = coluna;
                        ((SAPbouiCOM.EditText)oMatrix.Columns.Item("V_1").Cells.Item(oMatrix.RowCount).Specific).Value = descricao;

The problem is that the values ​​are added to the matrix problems. Sometimes it adds value in a row, and sometimes the line with preeche blank.

In other words, is created in the amount of matrix rows according to the For, but many line are not satisfied with the values ​​passed.

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 04:51 PM


    You have not used RecIndex in your loop. I believe RecCount is a fixed value. That will not going to work.



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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 07:08 PM

    Hi Harley,

    What type of datasource is your matrix bound to (ie DBDataSource, UserDataSource or DataTable)? It's normally better to write your data to the datasource rather than the matrix cells (the only exception being system forms).

    Kind Regards,


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