Private Sub BatchVBARecord_AfterPost(ByVal sBatchName As String, ByVal lNumRecsPosted As Long, ByVal lNumExceptions As Long)



'CustomWhereClause to load the Gift Collection with just

'the gifts from the posted batch

'sBatchName is the Batch Number, note if it is a recurring

'batch than it is for the original batch, not as it is

'being committed

Dim sWhereClause As String

sWhereClause = "Batch_Number='" & sBatchName & "'"



Dim oGifts As CGifts

Set oGifts = New CGifts

oGifts.Init REApplication.SessionContext, tvf_Gift_CustomWhereClause, sWhereClause



Debug.Print oGifts.Count



Dim oGift As CGift



'Loop through the gifts

For Each oGift In oGifts

   'System ID of the Gift - this is the back end ID

   Debug.Print oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_ID)

   oGift.CloseDown

Next oGift



'Clean up

oGifts.CloseDown

Set oGifts = Nothing



End Sub

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