|Subject:||Re: Code in reports - hilight item
|Date:||Thu, 29 Mar 2018 14:38:54 -0400
|From:||"Kevin Baker" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ok, so now I'm just curious about the code on a report. You mentioned using
Proview is the easiest way, but I can't seem to figure out to do it. Is
this still possible in the latest version of Proview?
"Mark Bannister" wrote in message
> Just for the record...
> How do you put code to the object of your report without causing GPV,
> In P9: this is my way:
> - first put the objects in place on the report
> - then create a blank - new form
> - copy the necessary objects to the form and add code to it
> - last: paste them back in place in the report
> Perhaps there is a better way?
Of course there is a better way <g>. Use Vladimir's Proview. It allows
for editing report methods. It also blocks you from putting code in the
most unstable places.
You can also do it with opal code and the editmethod method. Use a
script or form to run the editmethod code. Proview is the easiest way.
PS Remember when adding code to reports to always save before running.
Code changes do not take effect unless you save it.