In french: TableModifie
Modifies a row in:
- a Table control,
- a TreeView Table control,
- a table displayed in a Combo Box control.
- TAB characters into the columns,
- all types of values into the columns.
// Modify the "Paul" and "Moore" elements on the fifth
// row of the "TABLE_CustomerTable" control
TableModify(TABLE_CustomerTable, "Paul" + TAB + "Moore", 5)
// Modification in a column of a Table control
TableModify(COL_LASTNAME, "Moore", 5)
TableModify(<Table control> , <Row> [, <Index>])
<Table control>: Control name
Name of the control to be used. This control can correspond to:
If this parameter corresponds to an empty string (""), the control used will be the control to which the current event belongs.
- a Table control.
- a TreeView Table control.
- a Combo Box control with table.
<Row>: Character string
Modified row replacing the specified row. This row has the following format:
<Element of column 1> + TAB + <Element of column 2> + TAB + ...
<Index>: Optional integer
Index of the row to be modified. The value of first row is set to 1.
|Index not specified or equal to -1||The current row is modified. This constant has no effect if no row is selected.|
|Index greater than the number of control rows||A WLanguage error occurs.|
TableModify can be used on:
- a Table or TreeView Table control based on a data file.
- a Table or TreeView Table control populated programmatically.
- a single-selection or multi-selection control.
Reminder: Multiselection is not available for classic Table controls.
This function is available for Table controls in "Server" and "Server + AJAX" mode, and for TreeView Table controls.
This function is available for Table controls in "Browser" mode only.
The TreeView Table control is not available.
Table controls based on a data file are not available in edit mode. TableModify
cannot be used on Table controls based on a data file.
- Each row element is changed into the type of the associated column.
- If one of the elements corresponds to an empty string ("") or to 0 (depending on the column type), its value will be overwritten.
TableModify(TABLE_CustomerTable, "Moore" + TAB + "Peter" + TAB + "" + ...
TAB + "06/21/72")
- If an element corresponds to the calculation result, the numeric expression must be enclosed in brackets.
TableModify(TABLE_CalcTable, (53+29) + TAB + (83-21))
- To modify the value of an element in a row, use the following syntax:
TableName.ColumnName[RowIndex] = NewValue
Table or TreeView Table control based on a data file: Modifications in the linked data file
If the cascading input is enabled, the data file linked to the control is automatically modified when the user goes to the next row.
If the cascading input is not enabled
, the data file linked to the control is not modified. To write the record into the linked data file, TableSave
must be called after TableModify
- The "Cascading input" option can be selected in the "Details" tab of the control description window.
- The cascading input is not available for Table controls with direct access to the data source. This option is only available for Table controls populated programmatically and with in-memory data source.
- Cascading input is only available for "Server + AJAX" Table controls based on a data file.
Changes in a Table or TreeView Table control based on a data file
To modify a row in a Table or TreeView Table control based on a data file, we advise you to:
Modifying a record in a Table control based on a data file and releasing a Trigger
You have the ability to activate a trigger when modifying a record in a Table control based on a data file. For more details, see the documentation about HDescribeTrigger
TableModify function and Modified property
has no influence on the Modified
property. The Modified
property is used to know if the current row has been directly modified by the user (direct input in the control).
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