$assigrow problem

Rainer R. Greim RGreim at greimconsulting.de
Thu Apr 23 04:40:21 EDT 2009

isnt a shema class something like a struct in C, C++ but more readable.
So couldnt u use it for almost everything, in a more comfortable way...
Btw : is it also possible to generate these classes on the fly ?
If have use this approch for a long time with foxpro
step 1: build a table
step 2: use scatter/gather memvar...


Zitat von Jean Marc Azerad <azerad.jm at wanadoo.fr>:

> HI Bas,
>> With a schema class Omnis Studio uses the
>> build in table class but only since Omnis Studio 4.3 (if I am not
>> mistaken) and you have to mark the schema class as such. Earlier
>> versions of Studio require you to have a table class related to the
>> schema class.
> To me, the build in table class works with any version of Studio (not
> sure for 1.0, I've never used it)
>> Also out of interest, why don't you define iList from your   
>> schema/table class and change your loop to:
>> for iList.$line from 1 to iList.$linecount
>> do iList.$insert()
>> end for
> Brilliant, so simple, never thought about this but obvious when you read it
> Thank you for the tips, it is going to save me a lot of lines of code...
> JM
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