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Creating Object Models in VB

Posted on 2004-07-30
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I'm coding in VB6 and I'm trying to create an Application object that in turn has two other objects. One is ActiveProject and the other is a collection called Projects. so this is my model:

Application
  |
  -----ActiveProject
  |
  -----Projects

I want it such that when a user creates a new project using the collection object, ActiveProject is created. I also want an item property in the Projects collection to share the same properties as ActiveProject (i.e ProjectName, ProjectID).

Any Ideas?
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by:Carl Tawn
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I assume that ActiveProject is essentially one member of the Projects collection. Is that right ?

If so, why not just make ActiveProject a method of the Application object, and have it return the correct item from the Projects collection.

i.e.

    '// Application class
    Private m_oProjects As cProjects             '// Object representing Projects collection (contains collection of cProject objects)
    Private m_iActiveProject As Integer          '// Stores index of active project
 
    Public Function ActiveProject() As cProject
        '// Returns currently active project object
        ActiveProject = m_oProjects.Item(m_iActiveProject)
    End Function
   

Hope this helps.
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by:VBTechpapi
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The implementation looks fine, but I'm wondering how to set m_iActiveProject to the active project.
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Carl Tawn earned 250 total points
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Thats depends on how you are handling your projects.  If the user simply selects a project from a list then you just need to set m_iActiveProject to the index of the project selected.
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