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Following Code does not set the property.
It just does nothing and at debugging just jumps ahead, even with F11
job.TDataReference.CheckedOut = false;
job is of Type TJob
A class I build myself with the property:
        public TDataReference TDataReference
        {
            get
            {
                return new TDataReference(this.DataReference);
            }
            set { this.tDataReference = value; }
        }
TDataReference is also a class I build myself with the property:
        public bool CheckedOut
        {
            get { return (dataRow[CHECKEDOUT].ToString() == "True"); }
            set { dataRow[CHECKEDOUT] = value.ToString(); }
        }
and and the private member dataRow of Type DataRow

What is funny is that following code works fine and sets the property:
                    TDataReference dr = job.TDataReference;
                    dr.CheckedOut = false;
Who can explain that to me.
Posted 9-Apr-13 2:19am
Edited 9-Apr-13 9:02am
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