Public Sub ReadEvent()

Dim oEvent As CSpecialEvent

Set oEvent = New CSpecialEvent

oEvent.Init REApplication.SessionContext

Dim oAttribute As IBBAttribute

'load a specific event from the sample database

oEvent.Load 8

Dim reService As REServices

Set reService = New REServices

reService.Init REApplication.SessionContext

'loop through the event's attributes

For Each oAttribute In oEvent.Attributes

   Dim oAttributeTypeServer As CAttributeTypeServer

   Set oAttributeTypeServer = reService.CreateServiceObject(bbsoAttributeTypeServer)

   oAttributeTypeServer.Init REApplication.SessionContext


   Dim lID As Long

   lID = oAttribute.Fields(Attribute_fld_ATTRIBUTETYPES_ID)

   'oAttribute.Fields (Attribute_fld_ATTRIBUTES_ID)


   Debug.Print oAttributeTypeServer.GetAttributeTypeDescription(lID)

   Debug.Print oAttribute.Fields(Attribute_fld_VALUE)

   Debug.Print oAttribute.Fields(Attribute_fld_COMMENTS)

   Debug.Print oAttribute.Fields(Attribute_fld_ATTRIBUTEDATE)

   Set oAttributeTypeServer = Nothing

Next oAttribute

'clean up


Set reService = Nothing

Set oAttribute = Nothing


Set oEvent = Nothing

End Sub

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