Datagrid can't not find stack

JosepM jmyepes at mac.com
Fri May 7 09:34:29 CDT 2010


I don't get any, it's very strange.. apperar the same error
Two buttons, "OK" and "Edit Script", if I click on OK, it's OK :) and  
"Edit Script" also is OK :D

Other thing, the stack is created on the fly, cloned from the  
original, so many instances can be opened.
The worst thing is that recovering the data from the db run fine and  
entered from the user no. It's the same substack with many fields,  
nothing special... :(

Following investigating

Salut,
Josep



El 07/05/2010, a las 14:56, Trevor DeVore [via Runtime Revolution]  
escribió:

> On May 7, 2010, at 5:41 AM, JosepM wrote:
>
> > I have a stack with a datagrid that add and delete rows without
> > problem.
> > Then I open a substack as sheet where the user fill some customer
> > data and
> > close the substack. Then if I try to add a row to the datagrid...
> > "an error
> > has ocurred in behavior for the column template: Chunk: can't find
> > stack."
>
> Add a try/catch statement around the code in FillInData or
> LayoutControl and then print the error throw to the message box.
>
> on FillInData ...
>     try
>        ...
>     catch e
>        put e
>     end try
> end FillInData
>
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