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Tue, Aug 12 2008 11:47 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim

><< Because as soon as you click on the little triangle or + it opens the
>whole lot back up as it was. >>
>
>That's not what I'm seeing here. We are calling Collapse for the node with
>the Recurse parameter set to True, which means that all of the sub-nodes
>will be collapsed also when you click on the Collapse button at the top of
>the explorer tree view.

This could be a communications breakdown. Click once and the tree collapses from the selected node on down, including sub-nodes. Click again and the node reopens with all the sub nodes in the same expanded state as when the tree was collapsed. Which checking with a simple tree is standard behaviour. I'll have to check to see what I've done to mine (TElTreeLite rather than TTreeView) to make them collapse fully.

Roy Lambert
Tue, Aug 12 2008 11:59 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim


I have a right-click menu from which I call FullCollapse and in the collapsing event I walk down the tree and close sub-nodes.

Roy Lambert
Tue, Aug 12 2008 5:36 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< This could be a communications breakdown. Click once and the tree
collapses from the selected node on down, >>

Click once on what ?  The collapse button for the explorer at the top, or
the + button for the node ?  I'm talking about the former, not the latter.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Wed, Aug 13 2008 2:14 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim


I knew it was a communications problem Smiley(or more correctly me being thick). I'm going to have to follow the advice I give to users - read the screen <bg>. All I can say is that I had one of those mode blocks that are best solved by leaning over someone's shoulder, pointing, and screaming "that button"

Playing with it I love the expand the node - that'll keep me entertained for hours.

Now for a bug. Click on ElevateDB Manager, click collapse all, click expand all and you get

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ElevateDB Manager
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ElevateDB Error #409 The configuration path is empty.
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OK  
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I think you need to disable the expand button here as you've done elsewhere


Roy Lambert

ps I would like to reiterate my thanks to whoever it was that pointed out ctrl-c worked on error messages.
Wed, Aug 13 2008 10:32 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Roy,

<< Now for a bug. Click on ElevateDB Manager, click collapse all, click
expand all and you get >>

It works fine here.  More than likely this is related to the issue with
closing the session with an open table.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com

Wed, Aug 13 2008 11:17 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

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Tim

><< Now for a bug. Click on ElevateDB Manager, click collapse all, click
>expand all and you get >>
>
>It works fine here. More than likely this is related to the issue with
>closing the session with an open table.

Don't think so. I've tried closing everything manually, disconnecting all sessions and I still get it.

But I just noticed the default session doesn't have a path defined. Put one in and the problem goes away.


Roy Lambert
Thu, Aug 14 2008 10:55 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< But I just noticed the default session doesn't have a path defined. Put
one in and the problem goes away.  >>

Yep, that will do it.  Every session requires the proper connection
information or else the expand will get an error.

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Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com

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