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Java apllication problem cells insdide java table

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Hi,

 

I have problem with java table (10 rows, 10 colums) in java apllications. I must activate some cells in first column (that column have something like checkbox).

Object spy doesn't see anny elements inside table. I can record only acitvate row: .ActivateRow ("#3")

When I try .ActivateColumn("#3") I have error: The operation cannot be performed

When I try .ActivateCell ("#2", "#5") I have error: "The test run cannot continue due to a syntax error." and in my native language, I try translate, something like that: "In call procedures Sub cannot use objects/elements superior/superordinate."

When I try: .GetCellData ("#2", "#5")  I have the same erro like above.

When I try: msgbox .GetCellData ("#2", "#5")  is good and return value of this cell.

 

 

 

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Ok, I did it.

I used:

a = .SetCellData (row, column, data)

But I don't know why alone (without a =): .SetCellData (row, column, data) return error.

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Ok, I did it.

I used:

a = .SetCellData (row, column, data)

But I don't know why alone (without a =): .SetCellData (row, column, data) return error.

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