PowerJ 4.1 - Properties of objects
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Posted By:   Raghothaman_Nagarajachar
Posted On:   Wednesday, June 5, 2002 04:11 AM

Hi I created an EJB 2.0 component in PowerJ 4.1 from the existing EJB 1.0 component developed in PowerJ 3.5. While doing so, the properties of objects (like query objects, transaction objects) are getting changed when migrated from PowerJ 3.5 to PowerJ 4.1, if viewed from GUI properties screen. But if I see the properties in the code generated, they remain the same as specified in PowerJ 3.5. For example, for a query object, the PrimaryKeyColumns is set in the code as below. query_incentiveinfo.setPrimaryKeyColumns("i_schaumburg;i_incentive"); But this is not visible if we view through GUI properties screen. Even if I add some columns to the Prima   More>>

Hi


I created an EJB 2.0 component in PowerJ 4.1 from the existing EJB 1.0 component developed in PowerJ 3.5.


While doing so, the properties of objects (like query objects, transaction objects) are getting changed when migrated from PowerJ 3.5 to PowerJ 4.1, if viewed from GUI properties screen. But if I see the properties in the code generated, they remain the same as specified in PowerJ 3.5.


For example, for a query object, the PrimaryKeyColumns is set in the code as below.

query_incentiveinfo.setPrimaryKeyColumns("i_schaumburg;i_incentive");

But this is not visible if we view through GUI properties screen.


Even if I add some columns to the PrimaryKeyColumns in the Columns tab of this query object, next time when I open the same component, the added entries are not seen. The PrimaryKeyColumns entry is blank.


Is there any option to enable so that whatever specified in the code will be reflected in GUI properties screen....?

OR

Is this a bug in PowerJ 4.1.....?


Thanks

Raghu

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