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grLoadParameter (Function)
In french: grChargeParamètre
Restores the parameters used to draw a chart. These parameters have been saved by grSaveParameter.
Reminder: By default, the chart parameters modified by a user are saved when closing the application. These parameters are automatically restored during the next start of the application. For more details, see grCreate.
Linux Caution: A specific configuration is required to use this function in Linux. For more details, see The charts.
// Save the parameters of a chart created through programming
INIWrite("Parameters", "MyChart", "Param", grSaveParameter("MyChart"))
// Restore the parameters of a chart created through programming
grLoadParameter("MyChart", INIRead("Parameters", "MyChart", "Param"))
// Save the parameters of a Chart control
INIWrite("Parameters", "CHART_Chart", "Param", grSaveParameter(CHART_Chart))
// Restore the parameters of a Chart control
grLoadParameter(CHART_Chart, INIRead("Parameters", "CHART_Chart", "Param"))
<Result> = grLoadParameter(<Chart name> , <Parameters>)
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the parameters have been loaded,
  • False otherwise.
<Chart name>: Control name or character string
Name of the chart to be used. This name corresponds to:
  • the chart name defined through programming with grCreate.
  • the name of the Chart control in the window, page or report editor.
<Parameters>: ANSI character string
Parameter to restore. This parameter is compressed. It can only be returned by grSaveParameter. The value of this parameter can be saved in a file, in a memo or in the registry.
If this parameter corresponds to an empty string (""), the function has no effect and it returns False.
Business / UI classification: Neutral code
Component: wd280grf.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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