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Using a Stored Procedure to Populate a Grid

Last edited: 31 Jan 2005


The information in this article applies to product: e-Work 6.5

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  • Is it possible to populate a grid using a stored procedure?

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  • It is not possible to do this directly in the e-Work Designer using native functionality.                                 However, the attached zip file contains a working example that uses a stored procedure to query                                 the database for the grid data.                                

                                    Please see the Readme.txt file for complete details.                                

                                   

                                    Note: This example is provided 'as is' and is an unsupported technique.                                

                                   

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Hi Jerome,

   Where can i get the attached document for this post? Thank you

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Sorry, I missed some.



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hi,

The attachment is in .epc format, can we have insted of .epc .xep format.

This could be of greate help.

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Well, you could bitch at Metastorm for the profound error of not being backwards compatible (it's as if Microsoft decided not to allow you to open .doc files in MS Word 2007, FFS!).

You could also copy the v6 Designer (from the DC, in fact, as it is all expanded there) and use it 'side-by-side' with v7.

Or you could wait until we get to the office tomorrow and hope we remember to convert it and repost ;)

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Thanks jerome I will wait till tomorrow.


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No worries.

In the mean time, feel free to bitch at Metastorm anyway. I'm sure they'd love the feedback!


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Sorry about the delay - I lost the post.


 
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