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28 novembre 2007 3 28 /11 /novembre /2007 15:26
Here is a sample dialog that allows to extract the content of a table-block to an HTML code.
You can extract all the rows of the given block or only a range.

HTML table-block extraction


It uses the package (PKG_HTML_TABLE) to extract the data to the HTML code.
The function needs the block name and two non mandatory parameters:
PN$Start, that is the number of line in the block you want to start (default 1).
PN$End, that is the number of line in the block you want to end (default 9999).
If PN$Start = -1, then you extract only the current visible lines.
you can start the extraction by either clicking the button or displaying a popup menu attached to the canvas.

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(in this sample, I use the TEXT_IO and HOST function to test  with the Developer suite. If you intend to use it into a real application, you would replace those functions by their Webutil equivalent).

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