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  • sc_set_global

    Hi there

    I have a question regarding sc_set_global marco.

    In the web :

    Note 1: A local variable can be a global variable if you use sc_set_global
    $var3 = 'testing'; // var3 is a local variable
    sc_set_global($var3); // transforming var3 in a global variable
    echo [var3] ." global variables"; // Now we can call [var3] in any other event

    So, I put
    $v_userid = {ds[0][2]};
    $v_usertype = {user_type};
    sc_set_global($v_userid);
    sc_set_global($v_usertype);
    into the onvalidation event.

    but I don't see $v_userid and $v_usertype in the application -> Global Variable.

    The Global Variable is the variable being passed in the application, isn't it?

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: sc_set_global

    see:

    http://www.scriptcase.net/forum_en_u...sg5493#msg5493

    Regards,
    Scott.

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    • #3
      Re: sc_set_global

      hi

      thanks for the reply. I can use the php method to pass the session variables. In fact, I am planning to do almost the same. Can I pass the session variables into the SQL settings in form application?

      From the login application, I pass the user_id into a session and then pass the session into a form application(SQL settings). I only want to select the records where created = user_id. How can I do that?

      Also, can I remove the edit and delete icons on the form application?

      thanks again

      Chun

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      • #4
        Re: sc_set_global

        In the toolbars you can select which button will appear in the app generated.

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