|sType||(String) Type of selected values in the table:|
"Row" - One row of the table is selected (i.e. 1-dimensional array is created).
The value index must be an integer:
- index>=0 means the index of the selected row (zero-based index).
- index=-2 means the last row.
"Col" - One column of the table is selected (i.e. 1-dimensional array is created).
The value index must be of the String type or of the Integer type:
- If it is of the String type, then it is the column name.
- If it is of the Integer type, then index>=0 means the index of the selected column (zero-based index), index=-2 means the last column.
"Table" - The whole table is selected in the form of an array of rows (i.e. a 2-dimensional array is created as default Col,Row). See (Col,Row) - 2-dimensional array meaning an array of rows.
|index||(Variant) Index to the table whose meaning is defined by the sType parameter.|
|aArray||(Array) Array of values created for example by the GetArray method.|
If the number of items of the assigned array doesn't equal the number of selected items, then only those items that can be assigned, are assigned. The assignment always proceeds from the beginning (e.g. from the first item of the row) and if the array is "small", then not all items have to be assigned (e.g. nothing is assigned into the last items of the row).
"Read only" columns: Each cell is empty at the beginning. The cell is considered empty also if it contains numeric value 0 or an empty string "". New value can be written into such cell. After writing a non-zero value into the "Read only" column the cell is "locked". "Locked cell" becomes a constant and cannot be written again. Other still "unlocked" cells can be written into as needed. Methods that write into multiple cells simultaneously will write the values only into "unlocked cells" while the content of "locked" cells remains unchanged.
var oDataTable = pMe.Pm("/DataTable");
var arr = Pm.CreatePmArray().Array1("Param1", 1, 2.5, 4);
oDataTable.SetArray("Row", -2, arr);