Stonefield Query calls the Application.ReportsExplorerReady script at application startup when the Reports Explorer is ready to display reports.

Parameters
A reference to the Stonefield Query Application object.

Return Value
Any value (Stonefield Query ignores the return value).

Example
Suppose you want to hide the Schedule Report function and remove the Chart and Dashboard wizards if Stonefield Query hasn't been activated. The following script in Application.ReportsExplorerReady does this.

Visual FoxPro

lparameters toApplication as SQApplication
if SQApplication.Users.GetLicenseCount() = 0

* Hide the Schedule Report function in the menu.

  oMenu.ToolsPad.ToolsScheduleReport.lVisible = .F.

* Remove the Chart and Dashboard wizards.

  oApp.oWizardForm.oWizardsCollection.Remove('C')
  oApp.oWizardForm.oWizardsCollection.Remove('D')
endif

Example
Suppose you want to disable editing or creating reports if Stonefield Query hasn't been activated. The following script in Application.ReportsExplorerReady does this.

VBScript

function Main(Application)
if SQApplication.Users.GetLicenseCount() = 0 then
  SQApplication.CanEditReports = False
end if
end function

JavaScript

function Main(Application) {
if (SQApplication.Users.GetLicenseCount() = 0)
  { SQApplication.CanEditReports = false ; }
}

C#

Please note that the method in this script must be named Application_ReportsExplorerReady.

public static void Application_ReportsExplorerReady(SFQApplication sfqApplication)
{	
  if (sfqApplication.Users.GetLicenseCount(0) == 0)
  { 
    sfqApplication.CanEditReports = false; 
  }

  return true;
}

VB.NET

Please note that the method in this script must be named Application_ReportsExplorerReady.

public shared function Application_ReportsExplorerReady(sfqApplication as SFQApplication) as Boolean
  if (sfqApplication.Users.GetLicenseCount(0) = 0)
    sfqApplication.CanEditReports = false
  end if
  Return True
End Function

See also

Application.ReportsExplorerActivated | Scripts