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  • bitmap property on report

    I would like to be able to insert my "bitmap" during the printing process

    i put these codes in "ON PRINT INIT" event
    in hope to be able to print a different bitmap depending on which user
    start the print job, my bitmap is nothing more than a picture of a signature
    of individual user.

    I discover that, i am not able to change or force the report's bitmap
    with these code.

    AM I MISSING SOMETHING?
    appreciate your assistance...

    Ken Tjia

    dim pfile as c AS C
    dim signature_data_path as c = alltrim(lookupc("f","a","signature_data_drive","parameter","pointer"))
    pfile = alltrim(signature_data_path) + alltrim(user_data1) + ".bmp"
    filename = alltrim(pfile)
    purchase_order_cdn:Picture.bitmap.filename = filename

  • #2
    Re: bitmap property on report

    Ken,
    I think the first thing is to see if it is something in your syntax, missing variable, etc before anything else--do this by hardcoding in the path in the latest part of your script and then, if working, works backwards doing the same until it breaks. IOW Narrow it down.

    If it is a syntax or whathaveyou problem, your code is missing some things ("parameter", "Pointer", user_data1, etc.) which may have to be known by others in order to diagnose....along with "dim pfile as c AS C" which is the first time I have seen this and would think it is incorrect (shouldn't as c AS C just be as C ??).
    Mike
    __________________________________________
    It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.
    It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
    Henry David Thoreau
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    • #3
      Re: bitmap property on report

      Hi Mike,
      sorry for the extra "as c", but that is not the problem for sure.
      i have been using ui_msg_box(filename,"")
      amd i do see the patch clearly

      "c:\log_signature\1001.bmp"

      i just check again, the bitmap never changed
      when i alter the user id = 1002

      i remain getting 1001's signature or bitmap

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      • #4
        Re: bitmap property on report

        Ken,
        You have my guess above as to what to do. Unless others have other guesses on how to proceed, a sample database illustrating the problem with instructions would be the easiest by far (for me at least) to figure out the problem. If you happen to attach such a sample I would gladly check it out later on this afternoon (early am here now).

        edit: it may very well be something that has to be done prior to the Report's OnPrintInit event.
        Mike
        __________________________________________
        It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.
        It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
        Henry David Thoreau
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        • #5
          Re: bitmap property on report

          yes Mike,
          thanks for the note, i have just now put a permananet bitmap
          for example.. signature_x.bmp on the report

          each time, before the report start, i copy the current user's signature over

          filecopy(filename,signature_x)? forgot the proper syntax

          it works, as long as no 2 users try to print around the same time,
          the chance of one user replacing other's users's siganture

          it works for this morning hi, will see why, i still would like to see the object's property changed

          ken tjia

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