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.Net C# conversion

.Net C# conversion

.Net C# conversion

(OP)
Hello all,

I was ping with a task to convert some vba process to C#. I am fairly new to Accpac and how it works. I am on Accpac 6.0 and I've recorded a vba to create a PO. I've been reading this forum on learning how to convert vba to C# and I am stuck at these lines and hoping someone can help me convert to C#.

VBA:
POPOR1headerFields("VDCODE").Value = "200004"
POPOR1headerFields("PROCESSCMD").PutWithoutVerification ("1")

C#:
AccpacCOMAPI.AccpacViewField POPOR1headerFields;
POPOR1headerFields.....??????

Greatly Appreciated.

RE: .Net C# conversion

Hi,

From what I was exposed from the AccpacCOMAPI, I don't see what's available for me to pass in the head field and value.

RE: .Net C# conversion

Sorry bad grammar/typo above and I can't edit it. I am not able to find the exposed object in AccpacCOMAPI for the POPOR1headerFields in order for me to pass in the head field and value. There are not POPOR1headerFields.Item ...am I doing it wrong?

Thanks.

RE: .Net C# conversion

(OP)
Please ignore the question. I found my answer. It's in the way of calling the AccpacCOMAPI.

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