Public Sub CreateBank()

    Dim oBank As CBank
    Set oBank = New CBank
    oBank.Init REApplication.SessionContext
   
    With oBank
        .Fields(BANK_fld_ACCOUNT_NAME) = "Test account"
        .Fields(BANK_fld_ACCOUNT_NO) = "12345"
        .Fields(BANK_fld_BANK) = "Bank of the Nation"
        .Fields(BANK_fld_BRANCH_NAME) = "State Street Branch"
    End With
   
    oBank.Save
   
    Debug.Print oBank.Fields(BANK_fld_ID)
   
    oBank.Closedown
    Set oBank = Nothing
End Sub

If a code table entry for the Bank name does not already exist in the TABLEENTRIES table, then please add the record using the code sample below.

Public Sub CreateTableEntry()

    Dim oTableEntry As CTableEntry
    Set oTableEntry = New CTableEntry
    oTableEntry.Init REApplication.SessionContext
   
    With oTableEntry
        .Fields(tableentry_fld_LONGDESCRIPTION) = "My New Bank Name"
        .Fields(tableentry_fld_CODETABLESID) = "5087"
    End With
   
    oTableEntry.Save
   
    Debug.Print oTableEntry.Fields(tableentry_fld_SEQUENCE)
   
    oTableEntry.Closedown
    Set oTableEntry = Nothing
   
End Sub

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