Reconnecting a stack's datagrid with its template in a stackrunner situation
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Thu Jun 9 23:24:11 EDT 2011
This is a very stock datagrid. I set column names, labels and tabs on the
On 9 June 2011 20:12, Pete <pete at mollysrevenge.com> wrote:
> Hi STephen,
> Yes, I think we've all found that datagrids are "sensitive"! I don't have
> an answer to your problem, probably only Trevor can solve it. The only
> thing I can contribute is that table style datagrids that have no
> columns will work even if their template card doesn't exist. I found that
> out by accidentally deleting template cards in an attempt to tidy up the
> Templates stack, and it was subsequently confirmed by Trevor.
> I don't know if you have customised columns in the datagrid, but just
> mentioning this so you don't waste time focusing on template issues.
> Molly's Revenge <http://www.mollysrevenge.com>
> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 5:40 PM, stephen barncard <
> stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com> wrote:
> > Hi Gang I'm still grinding away at this thing. Maybe I didn't describe
> > situation very well.
> > or else it's impossible. To recap
> > I'm trying to get a Datagrid to work in a stack that works fine by itself
> > in
> > the IDE (with the datagrid template in a substack), but fails to work in
> > "Stackrunner" style stack launcher.
> > My launcher is an application that includes all the libraries and engine
> > and
> > a base stack, and provides a listing area to choose a stack to 'GO' to .
> > This thing works great and I can store them online and use my utility
> > stacks
> > without having to compile. It's an expansion of an idea by Ken Ray.
> > However, Datagrids, as discussed earlier, seem to break under these
> > conditions. Why, I don't know.
> > I put a command line kind of diagnostic field in the app so I could check
> > out more.
> > I can see the substack and its templates exist by using commands in my
> > fake
> > 'message box' I put in the stack for diagnostics, while running in
> > stackrunner mode. By the way, this stack functions as designed in the
> > 'suspend IDE controls' mode.
> > I've tried (per the docs for expanding the same template to many grids)
> > *set the dgprops["row template"] of group "OutputGrid" to the long id of
> > group id 1006 of card id 1005 of stack "Data Grid Templates
> > of stack "onlinelistmanager"*
> > (grp 1006 is the "Row Template")
> > With no error, but the grid is lifeless. Can't scroll, can't put data in
> > etc.
> > There must be a methodical way to re-connect the datagrid with the
> > in the substack. Is there more to re-connect that the Row Template?
> > is a stock table style datagrid.
> > Is there more datagrid 'stuff' that needs to be included that gets added
> > by
> > the standalone builder?
> > (and yes I've seen the lesson that deals with 'splash stacks' - this is
> > different in that each stack needs it's dedicated template to come in
> > the stack)
> > These datagrids are sensitive - they don't like me monkeying around.
> > thanks in advance for any advice.
> > --
> > Stephen Barncard
> > San Francisco Ca. USA
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