Place command question
pete at lcsql.com
Fri Mar 8 20:17:33 EST 2013
Thanks Mark. I thought of using the name but I guess there's always the
slight chance that there might already be a group with the same name on the
card that the group is copied to.
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On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 4:52 PM, Mark Schonewille <
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
> Hi Pete,
> Yes, I can confirm his. You could also give the group a name and use this
> Best regards,
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> On 3/8/2013 23:44, Peter Haworth wrote:
>> I'm using the place command in a script to place a shared group onto a
>> card. I need to be able to refer to the new group after placing it but it
>> seems that the place command, unlike other commands that create controls,
>> does not put the long ID of the new group into the it variable. I can
>> of understand that since the it's not really a "new" control.
>> I think I'm correct in saying that a shared group will always have the
>> id no matter which card it's on. If so, it's easy to refer to it after I
>> have placed it.
>> Could someone confirm that is the case?
>> lcSQL Software <http://www.lcsql.com>
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