Data grid questions
Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr
Tue Apr 7 12:37:22 EDT 2009
You will find the docs from Trevor DeVore at this address :
As for your first question : if you have a list (lines of items
separated by tab) in a variable (say tVar) or in a field (say fld
then you can code :
set the dgText of group "data grid 1" to field "thisList"
set the dgText of group "data grid 1" to tVar
Best regards from Grenoble
Le 7 avr. 09 à 15:03, sadhu at castandcrew.com a écrit :
> May I share something about an app being considered using the new data
> grid object? And humbly request advice? If anyone can point me to any
> mailing list threads, on line doc, or especially code fragments or
> stacks, that would be greatly appreciated. I plan to study the
> again, it went by too fast for me the first time.
> For example, I saw something saying you could supply content by
> the dgtext. But there was no code example. Sorry I'm such a
> novice! How
> is that done actually? Is it:
> set the dgtext of xxxx "data grid 1" to "blah blah" & tab & "blah
> What is xxx, what kind of an object is it? How do you append more
> What about getting contents from a file, would it be, set the dgtext
> url:file something? or put url:file into? or? Examples really help.
> So anyway, this app is intended to:
> 1) load an Excel CSV file into a data grid
> 2) process it one line at a time with visual feedback
> 3) scroll so the line being processed doesn't disappear
> 4) the process is verification against a data base (i know how to do
> 5) valid cells will do one thing, invalid ones another (turn red or
> or something like that)
> Basically the app is finding typos and errors in manually created data
> (from an outside company) by verifying against our internal database.
> Then it will produce a report we can give them telling what has to be
> corrected. It is currently a time consuming process done manually so
> app will save time.
> I could do it without a data grid. But I think a data grid visually
> showing the verification results real time will make it look very
> and I'd love to give it a try.
> I know I'm going to need some help! Thanks in advance.
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