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Passing data to unbound OLEcontrol (MSGRAPH)
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Passing data to unbound OLEcontrol (MSGRAPH)

Passing data to unbound OLEcontrol (MSGRAPH)

(OP)
The VFP Developer's guide shows a method of using MSGRAPH through a bound OLE control (using APPEND GENERAL). Is there a way to do the same using an UNbound OLE control? Specifically how do you pass data programmatically to the control?

RE: Passing data to unbound OLEcontrol (MSGRAPH)

Use the .Row, .Column and .Data properties like this

with ThisForm.Chart
select results

.RowCount = min(m.reccnt, 48)
.ColumnCount = 1

r = 1
scan for !empty(noshipment)
scatter memvar

if r <= .RowCount
.Row = r
.Column = 1
.Data = m.cusper
.DataGrid.RowLabel(r,1) = alltrim(str(m.noshipment))
endif

r = r + 1
endscan
endwith

RE: Passing data to unbound OLEcontrol (MSGRAPH)

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(OP)
Thank you for the information.

Where is the information about the properties (.row, .datagrid.rowlabel, etc.) located? That is, if I want to explore other OLE objects (or MSGRAPH more completely) how do I find out about the associated properties and methods?

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