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Thank you very much Robert :-)

But it looks strange to call "UndoRecordChanges" form operation after my own "YourInsertFunction", it look like this call undo my own insert ... then, undo the operation of the form is not really no operation of the form ...

Could you please tell me more about the form operations ? In the book Robert Benitez - Database Programming Base & Basic - Cecilia Benitez, 2008 I find out nothing about all this ...

Do you think an other solution would be to lock the form controller or cancel the event, into "Before Record Action" handling ? I could find /"myDocument.lockControllers"/ function but it will stop only the interface refresh ...


Le 22/07/2018 à 15:40, Robert Großkopf a écrit :
Hi Patrick,
So, if I set the property {AllowInserts = false}, do the Form stop to
handling the insert but continue to fired /"Before Record Action"/ and
/"After Record Action"/ events ? I think no, because the form could will
not display the new line to insert ...
You will need "Before Record Action". After the action the data will be
You will also need AllowInserts = true. Without this you couldn't get
the cursor in a new row.
The macro should do something like this:

SUB InsertStop(oEvent AS OBJECT)
DIM oFormFeature AS OBJECT
DIM oFormOperations AS OBJECT
oFormFeature =
IF oEvent.Source.ImplementationName =
"org.openoffice.comp.svx.FormController" THEN
oFormOperations = oEvent.Source.FormOperations
REM oFormOperations.execute(oFormFeature.MoveToLast)

The YourInsertFunction() does exist, or do I understand your mail the
wrong way?



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