Category Archives: How Far is Too Far?

Programmatically Scrolling Through Lists in M3 Part III

Well, this is the third instalment in this little tale – proof that the time spent blogging about some of this stuff can yield good feedback that helps me solve my problems. Tonight is a night of credit where credit … Continue reading

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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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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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MForms.ScriptDebugConsole and Excessive Memory Consumption

Yesterday I posted an article (https://potatoit.wordpress.com/2010/10/22/exploring-the-smart-office-visual-tree-%E2%80%93-figuring-out-the-field-names/) on exploring the Visual Tree and how I was encountering and OutOfMemory Exception. I must admit it kinda bugged me all through the night, so much so that instead of my desire to inspect … Continue reading

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Exploring the Smart Office Visual Tree – Figuring out the Field Names

If you are playing around with WebServices in LWS Designer and the M3 Business Engine, then you will have probably have had some fun trying to figure out which field to choose. Now there are a couple of things that … Continue reading

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EFT, MoveX APIs, More Reflection, Windows, Events and Classes

We’re in the process of going from MoveX V12 Java, SP16 fix pack6, Foundation 7.1, Apps 5.2 to M3 V14, or 10.1 and 10.1 offers us a lot of opportunities through Smart Office and WebServices. One of the issues that … Continue reading

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