Public Sub AttributeTableEntries()


   Dim oService As REServices

   Set oService = New REServices

   oService.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   Dim oAttributeServer As CAttributeTypeServer

   Set oAttributeServer = oService.CreateServiceObject(bbsoAttributeTypeServer)

   oAttributeServer.Init REApplication.SessionContext


   Dim lAttributeID As Long

   'The below gets the attribute ID for the Committees attribute

   lAttributeID = oAttributeServer.GetAttributeTypeID("Committees", bbAttributeRecordType_CONSTITUENT)


   Dim lTableID As Long

   'The below gets the table ID for the Committees attribute based on the attribute ID

   lTableID = oAttributeServer.GetAttributeCodeTableID(lAttributeID)


   Dim oTEs As CTableEntries

   Set oTEs = New CTableEntries

   oTEs.Init REApplication.SessionContext, lTableID


   Dim oTE As CTableEntry


   For Each oTE In oTEs

       'The below outputs the table entry long description and the active flag

       'Entries with a -1 for the active flag are active and entries with a 0 are inactive

       Debug.Print oTE.Fields(tableentry_fld_LONGDESCRIPTION) & "  " & oTE.Fields(tableentry_fld_ACTIVE)


   Next oTE


  'Clean up

   Set oAttributeServer = Nothing



   Set oService = Nothing



   Set oTEs = Nothing


   Set oTE = Nothing


End Sub

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