Am 15.01.2016 um 04:23 schrieb Egbert Eissing:
I have a form with atable control which lists all the employees, and a sub-form with atable
control that lists the payroll data of each employee.
If an employee isselected in the first table, the employeeID should be passed to thesub form to
filter the data for the selected employee. The code couldlook something like this:
oDoc=ThisComponent.DrawPage.Forms oFormACemplData=oDoc.getByName("ACemplData”) ' main form
oFormPayrollData=oDoc.getByName("FormPayrollData”) ' sub form
oEmployeeID =oForm.getByName("employeeID") ' employeeID is theparameter for TablePayrollData.
sEmployeeID =oEmployeeID.text oFormPayrollData.Parameter= setINT(sEmployeeID)
It is this second tolast line, the syntax of which I do not know, and have not been ableto find
in any of the examples I have read and re-read. Alternatively, if itis not possible to just pass
a parameter to the table, may be it ispossible to pass a complete prepared statement instead.
Could anybodyprovide some clue on how to do it?Thanks for helping. Egbert
Apply master and slave fields to the subform. No macro required. For
more than A=B AND X=Y bindings, you can bind the subform to a parameter
query and link paramA=X AND paramB=Y while paramA and paramB can be used
with all kinds of functions and operators.
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