Change the value of a Text Component in Rave Report from code

Hi experts !

  I would like to know how to change the value of a standard Text Component in Rave Report from my Delphi Code on runtime.  In my report, there is a field that will change value depending of the SQL request, but that value isn't in my SQL table, so I have to change it manually, or find an alternative to change a text component in my report on runtime.

Thanks a lot !
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BGMiAuthor Commented:
Alright ! I found the answer in this topic:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_20907772.html

Here, the solution:
  1. On the right column, click on "RaveProject"
  2. In the properties of "RaveProject", double-click on "Parameters"
  3. Add the name you want to associate to you Text Component (ex: "MyTitle")
  4. Now, on your report, add a "DataText Component" (under the Report Tab)
  5. Set the "DataField" value to "Param.MyTitle" (or whatever what you called it)
  6. From your Delphi code, set the parameter like that: rvProject.SetParam('myTitle', 'yourValue');
  7. Run and have fun !

Thanks anyway !
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DragonSlayerCommented:
Ah, seems that you found the answer in one of my PAQs, hehe.

Post a question at the community support area to have them close this Q and refund your points.



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BGMiAuthor Commented:
I believe that you gain those points, so I accepted your comment.

Thanks a lot !
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DragonSlayerCommented:
Yikes!

Undeserving of it, I think... but thanks anyway ;-)
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