Hi Raymond, On Tue, May 07, 2013 at 04:25:57PM +0000, Steele, Raymond wrote: > Ariel, > > Thank you for the quick response. I have narrowed the continued > process down to a component. However, the behavior is strange because > I am not really opening the component in my code. My code opens > a document using XComponentLoader::loadComponentFromURL(). I set the > "Hidden" property to true so the user cannot see it. The document > that is open contains Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) links to another > closed document. The code then uses XRefreshable interface to refresh > all the DDE links found in XIndexAccess. Lastly, I export the > document using the "ODF Spreadsheet" / "calc8" filter name using > XStore::storeToURL(). For some reason, this whole process opens > (hidden) the other document to which the document I am refreshing > contains DDE links to, even though I do not explicitly open it. > Strange.
It sounds logical that if you are refreshing the links, the application opens documents that are linked; what sounds like a bug is that the linked document isn't closed after the document containing the link is closed. This might be worth a bug report. > In my original query, I did not want to close documents that were not > opened by my application. (i.e. the user opens it by clicking on the > OpenOffice desktop icon). My solution to this point for this issue > is: if XEnumeration does have more elements, I create an enumeration > from XEnumerationAccess, loop through it, get the XComponent > interface and XModel for each element, and XClose::close() the > component if the XModel::getURL() matches a specific URL to the > implicitly opened document. Lastly, if the enumeration does not have > any more elements, I terminate the desktop. All of this prevents my > application from inadvertently closing any documents that were not > opened by my application. > > Do you have any insight to this behavior or recommendations? May be you can asume that hidden documents were not opened by the user, and close them: if the enumeration has elements if all remaining documents are hidden close the all You can know if a document was loaded with Hidden set to true in the media descriptor by looping through css.frame.XModel.getArgs() REM ***** BASIC ***** Option Explicit Sub Main Dim aArgs(0) as new com.sun.star.beans.PropertyValue aArgs(0).Name = "Hidden" aArgs(0).Value = TRUE Dim oDoc as Object oDoc = StarDesktop.loadComponentFromURL(_ "private:factory/swriter",_ "_default",_ com.sun.star.frame.FrameSearchFlag.ALL,_ aArgs) Dim aLoadArgs() aLoadArgs = oDoc.getArgs() Dim aPropVal Dim bHidden as Boolean bHidden = FALSE For Each aPropVal In aLoadArgs If aPropVal.Name = "Hidden" Then bHidden = aPropVal.Value Exit For End If Next If bHidden Then oDoc.close(TRUE) End If End Sub Regards -- Ariel Constenla-Haile La Plata, Argentina
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