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I made a query which I would like to display on a page. The query works fine and returns a dataset. But I can't seem to be able to display it on a page. My steps where:
OnOpenPage() myQuery.OPEN; WHILE myQuery.READ DO BEGIN NextRowNo := NextRowNo +1; Entry := NextRowNoEND; myQuery.CLOSE;
But nothing shows up on the page. It only shows 'Entry' column, not the others. Also, there's no data.
Is the correct way to do so? Do I need to assign every field from the query as a global value?
Try to add the following:
Page Property SourceTableTemporary = Yes
Then add INSERT; in your loop.
That should insert the data, but of course only locally (client-side) for the use of the page.
That helped, but it seems I need to create each column in the table assign every value in the C/AL code. If I show it as in the screenshot (so myQuery.Entry_No on the page) I'm getting an error saying that the column needs to be read first. And if I assign it as a global value, I'll get a column without a name which isn't sortable.
So in the end, it looks like I can't use reference like myQuery.Entry_No directly on the page. Is that how it supposed to work?
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