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  • ::: Determining form Edit Mode

    Within a form application, what macro can be used to detect the edit mode ('Add','Edit' or 'Delete')?

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    Buttons
    sc_btn_copy
    This macro returns "true" when the "copy" button is selected in a form.
    sc_btn_delete
    This macro returns "true" when the "Delete" button is selected in a form.
    sc_btn_display ("Button_Name","on/off")
    This macro activate toolbars buttons on the application in execution time.
    sc_btn_insert
    This macro returns "true" when the "Add" button is selected in a form.
    sc_btn_new
    This macro returns "true" when the "Add New" button is selected in a form.
    sc_btn_update
    This macro returns "true" when the "Save" button is selected in a form.
    Albert Drent
    aducom software netherlands
    scriptcase partner, reseller, support and (turn-key) development
    www.scriptcase.eu / www.scriptcase.nl

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    • #3
      Thanks for the macro references.

      Originally posted by aducom View Post
      Buttons
      sc_btn_copy
      This macro returns "true" when the "copy" button is selected in a form.
      sc_btn_delete
      This macro returns "true" when the "Delete" button is selected in a form.
      sc_btn_display ("Button_Name","on/off")
      This macro activate toolbars buttons on the application in execution time.
      sc_btn_insert
      This macro returns "true" when the "Add" button is selected in a form.
      sc_btn_new
      This macro returns "true" when the "Add New" button is selected in a form.
      sc_btn_update
      This macro returns "true" when the "Save" button is selected in a form.

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