How to get a PRIM_LIST with a property

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How to get a PRIM_LIST with a property

Post by sotos » Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:12 pm


I would like to know how to pass a PRIM_LIST with a property (or is there another way) and fill it from a reusable to another

e.g. In the 1st reusable (#WEBx_C_INFO_PL) I define a list:

Define_Com Class(#PRIM_LIST) Name(#POLLST) Displayposition(2) Left(0) Parent(#ListPanel) Tabposition(2) Top(43) Width(1025) Height(222)
Define_Com Class(#PRIM_LIST.String) Name(#PLCOD) Columncaption('A') Columnwidth(139) Displayposition(7) Parent(#POLLST) Columncaptiontype(Caption) Source(#CVRCOD) Displayalignment(Center)
Define_Com Class(#PRIM_LIST.Number) Name(#PLDSC) Columncaption('B') Columnwidth(97) Displayposition(8) Parent(#POLLST) Columncaptiontype(Caption) Source(#CVRDSC) Displayalignment(Center)

then I define a property for the list:

Define_Pty Name(PR1) Get(*REFERENCE #POLLST)

however when I call the property from the second reusable and try to fill the list:

#CVRCOD := "aa"
#CVRDSC := "bb"

Add_Entry To_List(#WEBx_C_INFO_PL.PR1)

the webpage crashes:

JavaScript Syntax Error:

Unexpected token ?


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Re: How to get a PRIM_LIST with a property

Post by Pablo » Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:48 am

Hi Sotiris,

You can't pass around a PRIM_LIST as a component.

You must define the list as a reusable part with certain attributes.

There is an example of this in the shipped web page example: xDemoWebPassingWorkingLists where the list is defined in component xDemoWebPassingWorkingListsEmployeeItem.


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