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|Example: sapgui_active_object_from_parent_property||Method and Property Functions|
Selects an object that is a property of a parent object.
int sapgui_active_object_from_parent_property( const char *control_id, const char *property_name, [args,] LAST );
|control_id||Object ID Strings|
|property_name||The name of the SAP GUI Object Properties|
|LAST||A marker indicating the end of the argument list. Not required if Optional Arguments are used.|
The function sapgui_active_object_from_parent_property selects an object from within a larger parent object with an identification number control_id. The embedded object is returned by the property property_name.
For example, a scrollbar of a table has no specific control ID. However, you can access the scrollbar by passing both the ID of the table control (as control_id) and the SAP table object property, for instance HorizontalScrollbar (as property_name).
After sapgui_active_object_from_parent_property, the control becomes the active object. Invocations of sapgui_call_method_of_active_object, sapgui_set_property_of_active_object, or sapgui_get_property_of_active_object will apply to that object.
This function returns LR_PASS (0) on success or LR_FAIL (1) on failure.
You can parameterize all string (char type) arguments.