Public Sub EventPart()



Dim oEvent As CSpecialEvent

Set oEvent = New CSpecialEvent

oEvent.Init REApplication.SessionContext



'Load a specific event by its System Record ID

oEvent.Load 8



Dim oRec As CRecord

Set oRec = New CRecord

oRec.Init REApplication.SessionContext

'Load the constituent record to be added

oRec.Load 280



Dim oParticipant As CParticipant

Set oParticipant = New CParticipant

oParticipant.Init REApplication.SessionContext



'Assign the participant to the specific event

Set oParticipant.EventObject = oEvent

'The following are required to add a new participant

With oParticipant

   .Fields(Participants_fld_LastName) = oRec.Fields(RECORDS_fld_LAST_NAME)

  .Fields(Participants_fld_FirstName) = oRec.Fields(RECORDS_fld_FIRST_NAME)

  .Fields(Participants_fld_KeyIndicator) = oRec.Fields(RECORDS_fld_KEY_INDICATOR)

  .Fields(Participants_fld_Type) = "Registrant"

  'Link the participant to the constituent

  .Fields(Participants_fld_RecordsID) = oRec.Fields(RECORDS_fld_ID)

End With



'Save the participant

oParticipant.Save



'clean up

oParticipant.CloseDown

Set oParticipant = Nothing



oEvent.CloseDown

Set oEvent = Nothing





End Sub

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