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Adjusts the title and size of columns found in a Table or TreeView Table control. You can define:
  • the column title,
  • the column width,
  • the alignment of column elements,
  • the input size of column.
// Modify the titles and width of the two
// first columns found in the "TABLE_ProductTable" control
TABLE_ProductTable.Adjust("Ref" + TAB + "50" + TAB + ...
"C" + TAB + "12" + RC + "Designation" + TAB + "200" + ...
TAB + "G" + TAB + "12")
<Table control>.Adjust([<Format>])
<Table control>: Control name
Name of control to use. This control can correspond to:
  • a Table control,
  • a TreeView Table control.
<Format>: Optional character string
This parameter has the following format:
<Title of column 1> + TAB + <Size of column 1> + TAB + ...
<Alignment of elements> + TAB + <Input size> + CR + ...
<Title of column N> + TAB + <Size of column N> + TAB + ...
<Alignment of elements> + TAB + <Input size>
<Title of column>Character stringModifies the title of column.
<Size of column>IntegerModifies the size of column (in characters).
<Alignment of elements>CharacterModifies the alignment of column elements:
  • "C": Centers the elements in the column
  • "G": Aligns the elements to left
  • "D": Aligns the elements to right
<Input size>IntegerModifies the number of characters that can be typed in the column (in number of characters and not in pixels).
Remark: The width of a character corresponds to the width of letter 'E' in the font used for the control title.

If this parameter is not specified, the width of columns is adjusted to the smallest possible width in order for the data to be visible.
Java This parameter must necessarily be specified.

Use conditions

<Table>.Adjust can be used on:
  • A browsing or memory control.
  • A single-selection or multiselection control.

Creating/Deleting columns

<Table>.Adjust creates no column and deletes no column. The control columns must have been described in the window editor beforehand. Make sure that a sufficient number of columns exists before they are handled by <Table>.Adjust.
If the number of columns found in the control is greater than the number of columns handled by <Table>.Adjust, the last columns will have no title and a null size.

Invisible columns

If the columns manipulated with function <Table>.Adjust are invisible, these columns automatically become visible.

Equivalence between <Table>.Adjust with the control properties

Title, Width, Size and HorizontalAlignment have the same effect as <Table>.Adjust.
Component: wd260obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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