I have been testing my archive provider today and I have found some strange behaviour when re-sizing the columns.
When my Provider first runs, and assuming there are no entries in SUPERLISTCOLUMNSIZE for it, it displays the following:
When I then Quit SupoerOffice and check the SUPERLISTCOLUMNSIZE table I can see the entries for my Provider as expected:
Now, when I log back in the columns look eactly as they did before (as expected). If I then re-arrange the columns to look like this:
And Quit Super Office, I can see that the entries for my Provider have changed in the SUPERLISTCOLUMNSIZE Table (see below):
This straight away looks wrong as for some reason the July Column is 3 times as big as the other month columns. And clearly when I go back to my Provider, it looks all wrong:
Is this somthing I could have caused within my code, or is this a known issue?
The columns in my Provider are all defined the same way, here is an example of one of them:
private readonly ArchiveColumnInfo _aprColumn = new ArchiveColumnInfo("AprColumn", "Apr",
"The targets for April.", Constants.DisplayTypes.String, false, true, ColumnHelper.DefaultStringWidth);