A question inline.
On Tuesday 01 Apr 2014 21:57:45 Marion & Noel Lodge wrote:
In opening my database accounting system, I trigger via the Form: When
loading event, a macro, (Sub Init()), containing the database
As the Form loads it displays the first record in the database, including
the account number. To make things easier for the user, the Text modified
event on the account number control, triggers a macro, (Sub AccName()),
that displays the account name.
Do you do this because the table associated with the form doesn't contain the Account Name, so you
have to get the account name from some other table?
Sometimes the system has crashed because it seems that Sub AccName() has
fired before Sub Init() has finished. (Sub AccName() depends on some of
the structures that Sub Init() sets up.)
Is it possible that both Subs are running in parallel or do they always run
in series on a first come first served basis?
If the latter, are there coding techniques that can be used to ensure that
Sub Init() always runs first?
If the former, how can I ensure that Sub AccName() waits until Sub Init()
Can someone point me to any articles on this subject?
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Do Macros run serially or in parallel? · Alex McMurchy
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