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Enable=False to Spesific Column,Row in Matrix

i' m almost desperate looking for the way to enable=false spesific Coordinate Column(x),Row(y) . For example I want to Enable=False to Column C1 But Only For Row 3. Do you know hot to deal with this ?. So fat i think it's imposible to do that. But Maybe You know better than i know about Matrix. Thanks.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2005 at 06:22 AM

    Hi Hamdi,

    To my knowledge is not possible to deactivate a row using the SDK. A particular column may work, but not cell specific. Sorry for that. You can open a message and send it to SAP Support requesting this functionality.

    How ever there's a work around to achive this. Follow this link:

    disable-a-particular-cell

    Regards,

    Felipe

    Message was edited by: Felipe Ortega Aguilar

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 02:58 PM

    Hamdi,

    You could catch the focus event for the column. When BeforeAction is true if you set BubbleEvent = false the method won't complete. You might want to explicitly add a statement to "click" the next column so the user can tab through the columns that can be updated without being stopped. You can also change the column's colors if you want the disabled look.

    Good luck.

    Bill

    Edit: Nevermind - it looks like the first reply points to a topic telling you how to do exactly what I suggested.

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