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  • Positioning on the last row of the Table or TreeView Table control
  • Equivalence with the TableSelectPlus function
  • Special case: Table control with continous scrollbar
  • "Selecting a row" event
  • Browsing Table control containing more than 10 000 rows
  • Row picker
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Selects a row in a Table or TreeView Table control. The selected row corresponds to the current row on which the selection bar is displayed.
Example
// Select row #5 in the "TABLE_ProductTable" control
TABLE_ProductTable.SelectPlus(5)
// Select rows # 5 and 7
// in the multiselection Table control "TABLE_ProductTable"
TABLE_ProductTable.SelectPlus(5, 7)
Syntax
<Table control>.SelectPlus([<Subscript 1> [... [, <Subscript N>]]])
<Table control>: Control name
Name of control to use. This control can correspond to:
  • a Table control.
  • a TreeView Table control.
<Subscript 1>: Optional integer
Subscript of the first row to select.
If <Subscript 1> and <Subscript N> are not specified, all the rows found in the control are selected.
<Table>.SelectPlus has no effect if <Subscript 1> and <Subscript N> correspond to rows that are already selected. The subscript of the selected row is returned by <Table>.Select.
If this parameter corresponds to -1, the "current" row (the one with focus) is selected.
<Subscript N>: Optional integer
Subscript of the Nth row to select.
If <Subscript 1> and <Subscript N> are not specified, all the rows found in the specified control are selected.
<Table>.SelectPlus has no effect if <Subscript 1> and <Subscript N> correspond to rows that are already selected. The subscript of the selected row is returned by <Table>.Select.
Remarks

Use conditions

<Table>.SelectPlus can be used on:
  • a browsing or memory control.
  • a single-selection or multiselection control.

Positioning on the last row of the Table or TreeView Table control

To position on the last row of a Table or TreeView Table control, use one of the following syntaxes:
  • <Table>.SelectPlus:
    <Table control>.SelectPlus(<Table control>..Count)
  • ..Count:
    <Table control> = <Table control>..Count
  • <Table>.Count:
    <Table control> = <Table control>.Count()

Equivalence with the TableSelectPlus function

For a single-selection Table or TreeView Table control (without stored item), the two following syntaxes are equivalent:
<Table control>.SelectPlus(<Subscript>)

<Table control> = <Subscript>

Special case: Table control with continous scrollbar

Selecting a non-visible row in the Table control does not give focus to the selected row.
Note: We recommend that you use a Table control with proportional scrollbar.

"Selecting a row" event

The event "Selecting a row" is not run when <Table>.SelectPlus is called.

Browsing Table control containing more than 10 000 rows

In a browsing Table control containing more than 10 000 rows, for performance reasons, the positioning in the Table control is approximate.
For an exact positioning, you must:
  1. Perform a search with HReadSeek.
  2. Use <Table>.Display associated with the taCurrentSelection constant.

Row picker

When the style of the Table control contains a row picker, the arrow on the left is positioned on:
  • the last selected row when the multiple selection is performed with the mouse or with the keyboard,
  • the row to which "focus" is gien by assigning the Table control. For example:
    // Positions the row picker on the 3rd row
    // And selects the rows 3, 4 and 5
    TABLE_ListCustomers = 3
    TABLE_ListCustomers.SelectPlus(3, 4, 5)
Component : wd250obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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