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com::sun::star::script::vba::VBAScriptEventId Constant Group Reference

Identifies a VBA script event fired via XVBACompatibility::broadcastVBAScriptEvent(), and received by XVBAScriptListener::notifyVBAScriptEvent(). More...

Variables

const long SCRIPT_STARTED = 0
 This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document has been started. More...
 
const long SCRIPT_STOPPED = 1
 This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document stops running. More...
 
const long INITIALIZE_USERFORM = 2
 This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document tries to instantiate a userform. More...
 

Detailed Description

Identifies a VBA script event fired via XVBACompatibility::broadcastVBAScriptEvent(), and received by XVBAScriptListener::notifyVBAScriptEvent().

See also
VBAScriptEvent
XVBACompatibility
XVBAScriptListener

Variable Documentation

const long INITIALIZE_USERFORM = 2

This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document tries to instantiate a userform.

The member VBAScriptEvent::ModuleName of the event object will contain the name of the userform module.

const long SCRIPT_STARTED = 0

This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document has been started.

Several scripts may run simultaneously, e.g. when a running script triggers a document event that starts another script.

The number of running scripts can be obtained via XVBACompatibility::RunningVBAScripts. The number returned there will already contain the new script notified with this event.

The member VBAScriptEvent::ModuleName of the event object will contain the name of the code module that contains the started script.

const long SCRIPT_STOPPED = 1

This event is fired when a VBA script in the current document stops running.

Several scripts may run simultaneously, e.g. when a running script triggers a document event that starts another script.

The number of scripts still running can be obtained via XVBACompatibility::RunningVBAScripts. The number returned there will not contain the stopped script notified with this event anymore.

The member VBAScriptEvent::ModuleName of the event object will contain the name of the code module that contains the script that has been stopped.