09-18-2013 12:13 PM
I created an Account form with a datagrid in it.
The entry, edit and delete are all working fine.
When toggling between the accounts records, it does not refresh the grid data, still displays the last entry.
It only updates the information after an F5 or after switching to a different tab.
I added the Datagrid.Refresh command on almost every possible event. But it still does not refresh it until I hit F5.
09-18-2013 03:41 PM
If you have not set a conditional and set a BINDID than the only way to refresh is on the AXFormChange event.. not any of the events on the grid itself.
09-18-2013 04:19 PM
Thank you for the prompt reply.
I do have a bindid: (ACCOUNT:ACCOUNTID)
And I also added to command to refresh the grid on form change
Sub AXFormChange(Sender) gridValues grdForecastDesignWin.Refresh grdForecastSales.Refresh End Sub Sub AXFormOpen(Sender) gridValues grdForecastDesignWin.Refresh grdForecastSales.Refresh End Sub Sub AXFormCreate(Sender) grdForecastDesignWin.Refresh grdForecastSales.Refresh End Sub
I tried all of the above.
there are 2 grids on the form:
I call the sub that sets the grid values on almost any thinkable form event:
Thanks a lot for looking into this.
09-18-2013 05:35 PM
Post your grid sql....
If it's done as a normal/typical bound grid.. then there's NO need for any code behind. It's all built-in to handle a "bound grid"...
09-25-2013 09:46 AM
also make sure your AXForm event handlers are actually listed in the Forms properties!!! AXFormChange will not fire unless it's wired into the form's event handers....and a NON TICKET\Support form (which fires an AXSupportFormChange)!
If you have a BINDID, and a Linked field in the SQL for the Grid, SLX will actually fire off the Refresh TWICE for you. Absolutely NO NEED for a Grid.Refresh (which would be a THIRD refresh\Query of the database).
The Classic for me is:
2. Link field to the BindID in the SQL (which it sounds like you are not doing this)
3. grid.sql.text ="adfadfadfasdfdf"
In the SAME Form.
99% of SLX developers out there do not realize this is 4 refreshes of the SLX database, i.e. 4 round trip SQL queries and refreshes of the grid.
And you are potentially firing off 6 refreshes for your two grids......
09-25-2013 10:39 AM
Here is the Grid Subroutine
Dim SQL, cUserID, myAccountID, SQL2 CUserID = Trim(Application.basicfunctions.currentuserid) myAccountID = Application.BasicFunctions.CurrentAccountID SQL2 = "SELECT A1.C_FY, A1.C_FQ, A2.C_PRODUCTLINEDESCRIPTION A2_C_PRODUCTLINEDESCRIPTION, A1.C_REVENUE,A1.C_GP_PERCENT, A1.C_GP_DOLLARS, A1.C_OSR_USERID, A1.C_CM_ACCOUNT_NAME, A1.C_ACC_FORECAST_SALESID " &_ " FROM C_ACC_FORECAST_SALES A1 LEFT OUTER JOIN C_IM_PRODUCTLINE_MAS A2 ON (A1.C_PL_CODE=A2.C_PRODUCTLINECODE) " &_ " WHERE A1.ACCOUNTID = '" & myAccountID & "' AND A1.C_OSR_USERID = '" & CUserID & "' ORDER BY A1.C_FY DESC, A1.C_FQ DESC, A2.C_PRODUCTLINEDESCRIPTION ASC " grdForecastSales.BindID = myAccountID grdForecastSales.sql.text = SQL2
Can you be more specific about number 2 on you list: "Link field to the BindID in the SQL (which it sounds like you are not doing this)"
I think I'm doing that here:
grdForecastSales.BindID = myAccountID
Anything I'm missing.
09-25-2013 12:52 PM
If you are doing this in SQL then you don't need to populate the BINDID property in the grid.
If you have NO databound fields on the form (like explicitly through the BINDID property of the grid) then you will NEVER fire an AXFormChange.
i always create (for Account forms) a TheAccountID Edit box, invisible, colored red, databound to Account:AccountID. This databinding will fire off the wired AXFormChange of the form.
Then instead of this: "myAccountID = Application.BasicFunctions.CurrentAccountID"
myAccountID = "" & Trim(TheAccountID.TEXT)
Then you put your SQL script in the AXFormChange subroutine.
Put a Message Box in your AXForm Change to make sure it's firing off.....every time you go to another Account.