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  • Php button in a form

    sc_error_message("pippo");

    don't work in a PHP BUTTON is a bug?

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    Not if you look at the macro scope in the helpfile:

    This macro generates an error messages.

    In "Form and Control" applications, the messages are presented together with other error messages found in the application, except when using the "sc_error_exit" macro.

    In "Grid and Menu" applications the messages only will be presented through the "sc_error_exit" macro.


    Ex. 1:
    if ({discount} > 0.10 && [glo_usr] == 'operator')
    {
    sc_error_message("Discounting of " . {discount} . " above of the allowed one");
    }

    In this example, if the value in the discount field is over 0.10 and the user try to add or save this record, the operation is finished and the error message is presented.The command must finish with ");" (close parentheses and semicolon) used as delimiter for the macro interpreter.

    Macro Scope
    Blank application Control Form Search application Form application
    onBeforeUpdateAll onBlur
    onChange
    onClick
    onFocus
    onLoadAll
    onRefresh
    onScriptInit
    onValidate
    onValidateFailure
    onValidateSuccess OnValidate ajaxFieldonBlur
    onAfterDelete
    onAfterDeleteAll
    onAfterInsert
    onAfterInsertAll
    onAfterUpdate
    onAfterUpdateAll
    onBeforeDelete
    onBeforeDeleteAll
    onBeforeInsert
    onBeforeInsertAll
    onBeforeUpdate
    Onchange
    OnClick
    OnFocus
    onNavigate
    onValidate
    onValidateFailure
    onValidateSuccess
    Albert Drent
    aducom software netherlands
    scriptcase partner, reseller, support and (turn-key) development
    www.scriptcase.eu / www.scriptcase.nl

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