Hi, I have created a virtual field that has a computed value. However, the field value is not coming. The primary table is salesline and the method is:
public static str ItemName()
DictDataEntity de = new DictDataEntity(tableNum(CustomSalesOrderLineV2Entity));
int64 salesLineRecId = str2Int64(de.computedColumnString(tableStr(SalesLine),
select firstonly salesLine where salesLine.RecId == salesLineRecId;
On changing the code I passed the salesLineRecId as string and I found its value is coming as 0. Though the recid field is present in data entity as field recidcopy1. Can anyone please help me understand where I might be going wrong.
You misunderstand the purpose of computed columns. The method should return T-SQL code for the computed column. It's then called once, on database synchronization, and the T-SQL code is injected to the view definition in database. Your code does nothing like that.
You must decide - either you want to create a computed column and then you need completely different code. Or you want to use X++ code such as salesLine.itemName(), but then you can't use a computed column. Use a virtual field instead.