EndFunctionalGroup Event

Fires whenever a control segment is read that marks the end of an interchange.


ANSI (Cross Platform)
virtual int FireEndFunctionalGroup(VDAReaderEndFunctionalGroupEventParams *e);
typedef struct {
const char *Tag;
const char *ControlNumber;
int Count;
const char *FullSegment; int reserved; } VDAReaderEndFunctionalGroupEventParams; Unicode (Windows) virtual INT FireEndFunctionalGroup(VDAReaderEndFunctionalGroupEventParams *e);
typedef struct {
LPCWSTR ControlNumber;
INT Count;
LPCWSTR FullSegment; INT reserved; } VDAReaderEndFunctionalGroupEventParams;
- (void)onEndFunctionalGroup:(NSString*)tag :(NSString*)controlNumber :(int)count :(NSString*)fullSegment;

virtual INT IPWORKSEDI_CALL FireEndFunctionalGroup(LPSTR &lpszTag, LPSTR &lpszControlNumber, INT &iCount, LPSTR &lpszFullSegment);


The EndFunctionalGroup event will fire when a control segment marking the end of a functional group is read. The Tag parameter contains the tag of the segment, such as GE. ControlNumber contains the control number associated with the segment, and links this event with the corresponding StartFunctionalGroup event. Count contains the value of the count element included in the closing segment, which identifies the number of transactions in a functional group.

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