My intension is not give any problem to anyone. i could not do that to customize the function body which can take multiple fields for grouping and that why i posted that question here and i thought some one will help.
I assume you are going to pay Richard for the work. He has gone above and beyond to help you and you are demanding more and more. If you want the code writing for you, pay for it. Don't expect it for free.
Yes. Your class is designed to store the un-pivoted data. Whilst you could potentially write code to take the pivoted data and convert it back to the format your class is expecting, it would be far simpler to not pivot the data in the first place.
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I assume you are talking about eMeasurementUnits[^] here. You can't change a default because it's just that, a default. If what you are after is changing the measurement unit, then that is set via ExcelVmlMeasurementUnit[^].
Hello, here I have finished my Super Market management application, but what worries me is that I am blocked is that after the installation of Setup on the pc when the user will start for the 1st time who has a form that he needs. '' register company information (shop, pharmacy, supermarket, etc.)
Ex: Store name, address, telephone etc. and the name & password for the system administrator. After entering this information, when the user is going to run the program again, he now goes to the "Login" form.
Please if anyone has an idea please help me
I suspect what you are asking is how you differentiate the following
There are two choices.
1. The application on start up checks for completed information. If not there then ask for it. Otherwise continue.
2. The setup itself always requests the information. You cannot finish the set up without providing the information. If the information is not provided then there is no application to run (again because the set up did not complete.)
To be honest, if you can't work this out on your own, then I wouldn't trust your app to be of any use to anyone in the real world.
All you need to do is add a simple boolean to wherever you are storing the store information and check it when you start up. If it's set, you go to login. If it isn't, you go to the "Enter the initial info" form, and then set it to true ready for next time.
How come you can't work that out for yourself after writing a whole supermarket management app? It's trivial compared with stock management, product ordering, cash and electronic payment handling, staff monitoring, pricing control (including legal requirements on increased / decreased price display / charge order and timing), tax handling, theft prevention, and more ...
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Is this a commercial application or a school project? If it's a commercial application, I would strongly suggest that you need to invest time in an identity management solution; my preferred choice is Keycloak.