Monthly Archives: December 2010

Other Sites of Interest

In the interest of prolific posting today… http://movexblog.blogspot.com Enjoy 🙂

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Resizing and Reclaiming Dead Space Part 2

So, to follow up on my previous article I decided that there was even more that could be done to reclaiming dead space on MMS121. Before we go too far, it’s worth pointing out that our MMS121 is modified to … Continue reading

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Where Did My Control Go?

Update 2011/01/02 – if you read the comments below, you’ll note that Al mentions that the issue where Init() isn’t called when the Sorting Order / Inquiry Type changes I am talking about here doesn’t occur when you publish the … Continue reading

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Don’t forget the Grid Borderlines!

I was considering setting some borders around each row and column when I stumbled across this little gem in the scripting documentation. Ctrl-Shift-G will turn on the grid lines, it is useful to see when you are trying to determine … Continue reading

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Resizing a Control and Reclaiming Dead Space

So, what do you do when you have a lot of wasted real-estate and users complaining? You can call Lawson and get a modification – paying a premium and dealing with all those nasty issues associated with modifications or use … Continue reading

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LSO Scrolling through Lists & HasMoreRows

In my last post I write about being able to programmatically scroll through an M3 list, you may want to do this for several reasons – such as populating the ListView so you can enumerate through its entire contents and … Continue reading

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