DataRecordset.GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict Method (Visio)
Returns an array of the row IDs of data-recordset rows linked to a shape that are in conflict after the data recordset is refreshed.
Note This Visio object or member is available only to licensed users of Visio Professional 2013.
expression An expression that returns a DataRecordset object.
|ShapeInConflict||Required||Shape||A shape linked to data that has a conflict after the data recordset is refreshed.|
The GetAllRefreshConflicts method returns an array of shapes where a conflict exists between data in the shape and data in the data-recordset row to which the shape is linked. To determine which data-recordset rows produced a conflict, you can then pass each of these shapes in turn to the GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict method, which returns an array of rows that are in conflict for a given shape.
Rows in the data recordset can be in conflict when two or more of them have identical primary keys, and may link to the same shape. When this occurs, GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict returns an array containing at least two row IDs.
Conflicts can also occur when a previously data-linked row from the data recordset is removed. When this occurs, the method returns an empty array.
To remove a conflict, pass the shape that has the conflict to the RemoveRefreshConflict method, which removes the conflicting information from the current document. Information about conflicts is persisted in the current document until either you delete the shape in conflict or you call RemoveRefreshConflict on the shape.
This Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro shows how to use the GetAllRefreshConflicts method to determine which shapes, if any, have conflicts after a data recordset is refreshed and then use the GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict method to determine which data recordset row or rows is causing the conflict. It refreshes the data recordset most recently added and if it finds no resulting conflicts, prints "No conflicts" in the Immediate window. If it does find conflicts, it passes each of the shapes that have conflicts to the GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict method and prints the resulting row IDs in the same window.
Before running this macro, make sure that the most recently added data recordset is a connected (non-XML-based) data recordset and that the connection to the original data source is still available. Then delete a row in the data source or make another change that will cause a conflict when you refresh the data recordset.
Public Sub GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict_Example() Dim vsoDataRecordset As Visio.DataRecordset Dim intRecordsetCount As Integer Dim intShapeCount As Integer Dim vsoShapes() As Visio.Shape Dim intRowCount As Integer Dim vsoShapeInConflict As Visio.Shape Dim alngRowIDs() As Long Dim lngvsoRowID As Long intRecordsetCount = Visio.ActiveDocument.DataRecordsets.Count Set vsoDataRecordset = Visio.ActiveDocument.DataRecordsets(intRecordsetCount) vsoDataRecordset.Refresh vsoShapes = vsoDataRecordset.GetAllRefreshConflicts If IsEmpty(vsoShapes) Then Debug.Print "No conflict" Else For intShapeCount = LBound(vsoShapes) To UBound(vsoShapes) Set vsoShapeInConflict = vsoShapes(intShapeCount) alngRowIDs = vsoDataRecordset.GetMatchingRowsForRefreshConflict(vsoShapeInConflict) If IsEmpty(alngRowIDs) Then Debug.Print "For shape:", vsoShapeInConflict.Name, "Row deleted." Else For intRowCount = LBound(alngRowIDs) To UBound(alngRowIDs) lngvsoRowID = alngRowIDs(intRowCount) Debug.Print "For shape:", vsoShapeInConflict.Name, "Row ID of row in conflict:", lngvsoRowID Next intRowCount End If Next intShapeCount End If End Sub