Private Sub MediaForm()



   

   Dim REService As reservices

   Set REService = New reservices

   REService.Init REApplication.SessionContext



   Dim oRecord As CRecord

   Set oRecord = New CRecord

   oRecord.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   oRecord.Load 1029



   Dim oMediaForm As CMediaForm

   Set oMediaForm = REService.CreateServiceObject(bbsoMediaForm)

   oMediaForm.Init REApplication.SessionContext



   Set oMediaForm.MediaObjects = oRecord.Media



   'If this is not set, then a new Media item will be created.

   oMediaForm.MediaObjectID = oRecord.Media.Item(1).Fields(MEDIA_fld_ID)



   'The caption on the form will read "Media for Ms. Julie Marie Bach"

   oMediaForm.NameForCaption = oRecord.Fields(RECORDS_fld_FULL_NAME)



   'In this case, the form is displayed modally.

   oMediaForm.showForm Nothing



   'The user's changes are not added to the database until this is called.

   oRecord.Save



   'Clean Up!

   oRecord.CloseDown

   Set oRecord = Nothing



   oMediaForm.CloseDown

   Set oMediaForm = Nothing

End Sub

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