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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Thank you Gregg Schmidt for solving this problem for me.

    Gere is how Gregg did it, for anyone interested in how to make this work.

    Here is the x-basic function that does all the work. It looks up to find the NEXT barcode to use and then auto generates the barcodes for ever how many records are in the repeating section.

    function setlastbarcode as c (e as p)
    dim Vstartingbarcode as c
    dim Vconsubstanceid as c
    dim Maxbarcode as n
    dim Vcoid as n
    dim Vdepid as n
    dim Vsubid as c
    Vcoid = e.dataSubmitted.companyid1
    Vdepid = e.dataSubmitted.departmentid1
    Vstartingbarcode = e.dataSubmitted.startingbarcode
    Vsubid = e.datasubmitted.ConSubstanceID
    dim cn as sql::Connection
    dim result as l = .f.
    result = cn.Open("::Name::conn")
    if result then
    dim sqlSelect as c
    dim args as sql::Arguments
    sqlSelect = "SELECT max(narcbarcd)FROM narcx_ordervials WHERE companyid = :newcoid AND departmentid = :newdepid AND ConSubstanceID = :newsubid"
    args.add("newcoid",Vcoid)
    args.add("newdepid",Vdepid)
    args.add("newsubid",Vsubid)
    Maxbarcode = sql_lookup(cn,"narcx_ordervials","companyid = :newcoid and departmentid = :newdepid and conSubstanceID = :newsubid","max(narcbarcd)",args)
    if Maxbarcode > 0 then
    e._set.startingbarcode.value = increment_value(Maxbarcode)
    for n = 1 to e.repeatingsectioninfo[1].totalrowcount
    Maxbarcode = increment_value(Maxbarcode)
    eval("e._set.narcbarcd_a5instance"+alltrim(str(n))+".value") = alltrim(str(Maxbarcode))
    next n
    else
    setlastbarcode = "alert('Not Working');"
    cn.close()
    end if
    else
    setlastbarcode = "alert('could not connect to database');"
    end if
    end function

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    608-345-2697

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    I hadn't really thought about auto-populating it, but after getting this far it just makes sense to do that.
    No, the data entry person doesn't have to know or see the barcode.
    A phone call would be fine.

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    JR, I'm nowhere near as proficient with JavaScript as I am with xbasic.
    I was going to suggest auto-populating nextBarcode but thought you had
    your own reason(s) for not doing such a thing.
    As long as I'm asking, does the person doing the data entry need to know the
    barcode ? If not, you can do a loop after everything has been submitted.

    Some of this is easier to talk through instead of typing and waiting for a response.
    A phone call (and potentially screen sharing session) is so much more productive.

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Gregg, its working great, but now I am thinking of one more step to make it even better, lol.

    I put this code in to enter the next available barcode number in the first record record of the repeating section:
    if e.dataSubmitted.narcbarcd_A5INSTANCE1 = ""
    e._set.narcbarcd_A5INSTANCE1.value = Maxbarcode
    end if

    But now I'm thinking, how can i get it to cycle through ever how many records there are available in the repeating section and enter the barcodes without having to double click each record?
    I tried this code, and many versions of it, but it will put the next barcode in the second record but puts a "1" in all the rest of the records.

    var rows = {dialog.Object}._getRepeatingSectionRowCount('CONTAINER_5');
    for (var i = 1; i < rows+1; i++) {
    {dialog.object}.runAction('setNextBarcode');

    The 'setNextBarcode' is the code which is set on the double click to increment the barcode by 1.

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Glad to help.

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Thank you Gregg, that took care of the error.
    It all works great now. I appreciate all your help.

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Sorry about that.
    Try this.
    Code:
    dim activeRo as n = val(e._repeatingSections.REPEATINGSECTION_1.activeRow)
    if activeRo > 1 then
    	dim autoBarcode as n = val(e._currentRowDataNew.barcode[activeRo - 1])+1
    	eval("e._set.barcode_a5instance"+alltrim(str(activeRo))+".value") = alltrim(str(autoBarcode))
    end if

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    That caused an error Gregg.
    er.jpg

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Here you go.

    Code:
    dim activeRo as n = val(e._repeatingSections.REPEATINGSECTION_1.activeRow)
    dim autoBarcode as n = val(e._currentRowDataNew.barcode[activeRo - 1])+1
    
    if activeRo > 1 then
    	eval("e._set.barcode_a5instance"+alltrim(str(activeRo))+".value") = alltrim(str(autoBarcode))
    end if

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Probably want it to do nothing if its on the first record.

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    What do you want it to do when you double click the first record ?

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    That works great Gregg. Than you very much. Just what I needed.

    I just need to figure out how to set an "if" for when its on the first record.
    If i double click on the first record, it throws an error, but works great on any other record.

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  • madtowng
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Hey JR,

    I'm sure there's a way to do this with JavaScript, but that would be beyond my knowledge right now.
    This code should work using xbasic.
    Code:
    dim activeRo as n = val(e._repeatingSections.REPEATINGSECTION_1.activeRow)
    dim autoBarcode as n = val(e._currentRowDataNew.barcode[activeRo - 1])+1
    eval("e._set.barcode_a5instance"+alltrim(str(activeRo))+".value") = alltrim(str(autoBarcode))

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  • J.R. Noe
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    Re: Increment a repeating field by one on double click

    Here is what is have to get the next barcode to use. I put the number in a field on the parent form, now i just need to figure out how to double click, or populate the 20 to 25 records in the repeating section with incrementing numbers starting with this number.

    function setlastbarcode as c (e as p)
    dim Vstartingbarcode as c
    dim Vconsubstanceid as c
    dim Maxbarcode as n
    dim Vcoid as n
    dim Vdepid as n
    dim Vsubid as c
    Vcoid = e.dataSubmitted.companyid1
    Vdepid = e.dataSubmitted.departmentid1
    Vstartingbarcode = e.dataSubmitted.startingbarcode
    Vsubid = e.datasubmitted.ConSubstanceID
    dim cn as sql::Connection
    dim result as l = .f.
    result = cn.Open("::Name::conn")
    if result then
    dim sqlSelect as c
    dim args as sql::Arguments
    sqlSelect = "SELECT max(narcbarcd)FROM narcx_ordervials WHERE companyid = :newcoid AND departmentid = :newdepid AND ConSubstanceID = :newsubid"

    args.add("newcoid",Vcoid)
    args.add("newdepid",Vdepid)
    args.add("newsubid",Vsubid)
    result = cn.Execute(sqlSelect,args)
    if result then
    dim rs as sql::ResultSet
    rs = cn.ResultSet
    result = rs.nextRow()
    if result then
    Maxbarcode = rs.data(1)
    e._set.startingbarcode.value = Maxbarcode

    else
    setlastbarcode = "alert('Not Working');"
    cn.close()
    end if
    else
    setlastbarcode = "alert('could not select the table');"
    end if
    else
    setlastbarcode = "alert('could not connect to database');"
    end if
    end function

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