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Powerbuilder Excel chart problem accessing ole control to excel using datawindow

Powerbuilder Excel chart problem accessing ole control to excel using datawindow

Powerbuilder Excel chart problem accessing ole control to excel using datawindow

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I have a problem with the following code.I have to show Excel graph inside powerbuilder (pfc) for that I have placed an ole control inside datawindow then designed MS excel chart and the from a function I am setting value of the excel cells and accordingly graph changing and I have placed this datawindow inside a tabpage.but when I am clicking button (calls graph calculation function) on top of tabpage have this datawindow graph function exactly working fine...but same function when I am calling from the window where I am putting tabpage it giving error (Type mismatch accessing external object property worksheets at line 1005 in function wf_calculate_cementblend() of object uo_projecttab.....)


tabpage_psl_cement.dw_graph.object.ole_1.object.worksheets("Sheet1").range("A3").value=2000.



RE: Powerbuilder Excel chart problem accessing ole control to excel using datawindow

As a quick test, try changing to .value='2000'.

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