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Andrew Golightly
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2006 7:06 am    Post subject: where do I find the api? Reply with quote

Hey everyone,

Where online can I find the API to OpenOffice basic? I feel I have looked quite a bit for it... but nothing. :p

Like I want to find out all available methods for a form. For example:
Code:

tasksViewForm = oEV.Source.Model.parent.getbyname("tasksView")


Now I want know what methods are available to tasksViewsForm.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2006 7:27 am    Post subject: Re: where do I find the api? Reply with quote

Andrew Golightly wrote:

Where online can I find the API to OpenOffice basic? I feel I have looked quite a bit for it... but nothing. :p


API Global Index...?

Andrew Golightly wrote:

Like I want to find out all available methods for a form. For example:
Code:

tasksViewForm = oEV.Source.Model.parent.getbyname("tasksView")


Now I want know what methods are available to tasksViewsForm.


Perhaps X - Ray Tool could help you with that...? You can download it here...
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