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Old 23rd September 2006, 16:13
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Look at this, i've answered !

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I couldn't find this object (Baan IV c3) . I search my sistem I got only followings files.


That is all.

Hello,

look at this thread.

http://www.baanboard.com/baanboard/s...ad.php?t=28160

It's my own DLL, so can't find it in your system.

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Old 20th November 2006, 14:42
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A little help please

what seems to be the problem?

see attachement

thank you for your reply, Zoran
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Old 20th November 2006, 15:51
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took care of it

never mind, got it working.

Thank you for the code.
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Old 21st November 2006, 14:54
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question

Hi, loved your post on gbf for BOM.

Could you tell me how can I make my top level item (the search item) to be the first node. See attachement.

item 229285 to become top node

Thank you
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Old 21st November 2006, 18:32
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Top Level ?

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Hi, loved your post on gbf for BOM.

Could you tell me how can I make my top level item (the search item) to be the first node. See attachement.

item 229285 to become top node

Thank you
Hello,
do you have function for top level ?

function extern long gbf.get.top.level()
{
long act.set
string gbf.desc.tl(100)

gbf.desc.tl = ""
act.set = int.iconset2

head_key(1;3) = " "
head_key(4;6) = cprj.f(1;6)
head_key(10;16) = mitm.f(1;16)
if isspace(cprj.f) then
act.set = int.iconset1
endif
if not isspace(cprj.f) then
select tipcs021.*
from tipcs021
where tipcs021._index1 = {:cprj.f, :mitm.f}
selectdo
endselect
gbf.desc.tl(5)= ADJUST.ITEM(tipcs021.item,tipcs021.cprj)&"-"&strip$(shiftl$(tipcs021.dsca)) & "-" &
strip$(edit$(tipcs021.unom,"ZZ9VD9999")) & " " & tipcs021.cuni
else
select tiitm001.*
from tiitm001
where tiitm001._index1 = {:mitm.f}
selectdo
endselect
gbf.desc.tl(4)= ADJUST.ITEM(tiitm001.item)&"-"&strip$(shiftl$(tiitm001.dsca))&"-"&edit$(tiitm001.unom,"ZZ9VD9999") &
" " & tiitm001.cuni
endif

rc = gbf.add.object(head_key,
strip$(shiftl$(gbf.desc.tl)),
1,
false,
act.set,
0,
0,
0,
0,
rgb.black)
return(0)
}

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Old 22nd November 2006, 13:54
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One more thing

Thanks, did it, had top level, just didn't write the way it should be.

Can anyone tell me if there is a way to perform any action/function/session after doubleclicking leaf in tree structure, i've debugged it but nothing seems to happen after double-clickind the leaf.

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Old 22nd November 2006, 15:04
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Yes, it is !

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Thanks, did it, had top level, just didn't write the way it should be.

Can anyone tell me if there is a way to perform any action/function/session after doubleclicking leaf in tree structure, i've debugged it but nothing seems to happen after double-clickind the leaf.

Thank you

Hello,
yes it is possible with logic in :

function extern long gbf.menu.selected( long obj.id, const string object.key(), long object.value, long menu.option)

for example .

zoom.to$("dhitm0501m001",z.session,prog.name$,"",0)
#pragma used session dhitm0501m001

I've added some screendumps, to show what is posible !

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Old 23rd November 2006, 11:19
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nice

Hey bditmar,

if posible could you post code where you define custom buttons and assign icons to it and how you call various functions.

entire code would be better.

I am new to Baan, only month and a half and therefor I am still having troubles with it. i am doing my best :)

I appologies if I went too far with the request about posting entire code.
You can mail it to zoran.skorc@email.si if preferable.

Thank you, Zoran
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Old 23rd November 2006, 20:17
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Quote:
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Hey bditmar,

if posible could you post code where you define custom buttons and assign icons to it and how you call various functions.

entire code would be better.

I am new to Baan, only month and a half and therefor I am still having troubles with it. i am doing my best :)

I appologies if I went too far with the request about posting entire code.
You can mail it to zoran.skorc@email.si if preferable.

Thank you, Zoran
Hello Zoran,

after 6 weeks in BaaN - Tools such a project ?
The shown possible functions are built in an own Module.
My employer is owner of the code, so i'm able to give you some ideas for your own concept, but not the entire code, functions, graphics a.s.o.

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Old 24th November 2006, 10:45
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No problem

You all already did a lot, thank you for all your replays and posts.
I learned so much from you guys in this month and a half.

Have a nice day bdittmar and thanks again for your help

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Old 24th November 2006, 10:48
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Quote:
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Hello Zoran,

after 6 weeks in BaaN - Tools such a project ?
The shown possible functions are built in an own Module.
My employer is owner of the code, so i'm able to give you some ideas for your own concept, but not the entire code, functions, graphics a.s.o.

Regards
I have been working as a developer for a company that developed its own ERP (VisualStudio, Borland), it's just that Baan is a little diffrent and i have to get used to it.
Besides the bigger the challenge the better

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If you evaluate the source of GBF, it is really enough for your other wishes.
And you should have little baan programming logic.

Good luck !
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I think the problem is that the libraries tggbfsvrlib and tgcomlogging weren't added to the script.
Try adding these libraries.

Good Luck..

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I think the problem is that the libraries tggbfsvrlib and tgcomlogging weren't added to the script.
Try adding these libraries.

Good Luck..

Soledad
Sorry, I didin't see the rest of the messages... I wanted to answer to:
Quote:
skorc123 what seems to be the problem?

see attachement

thank you for your reply, Zoran
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Post Tree Object gbf

Hello,

I’m just checking out the example of the tree object provided by pconde.

As compilation I receive always the error message indicating that the librairies “tggbfsrvlib” and “tgcomlogging” are not found.

I suggest that this librairies are not on my Baan IVc system!

What have I to do to install this livrairies on my system?

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