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back color dot notation

4 posts in DataWindow Last posting was on 2008-08-13 13:02:55.0Z
Sharon Posted on 2008-08-12 19:40:35.0Z
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Using PB 11.2
Can I through dot notation change the background color of a
column on a datawindow? If so, how?
Datawindow dw_1
colomn col_1


fisher <fisher_NO Posted on 2008-08-12 20:04:43.0Z
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Just like that
<DW Control Name>.Object.<Columnname>.Background.Color='<a long>'Sharon

I always use DW syntax, when I ain't sure exact syntax or values
you can find it in
File/New Tools tabpge : Datawindow Syntax

> Using PB 11.2
> Can I through dot notation change the background color of a
> column on a datawindow? If so, how?
> Datawindow dw_1
> colomn col_1


"Jerry Siegel [TeamSybase]" <jNOsSPAMsiegel Posted on 2008-08-13 00:55:27.0Z
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I love it so much I have it on my toolbar. The command is the marvelously
intuitive
wizard:?action=runonly&entry=k60_dwsyntax_sheet

"fisher" <fisher_NO@SPAM_star.wckp.lodz.pl_PLEASE> wrote in message
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> Just like that
> <DW Control Name>.Object.<Columnname>.Background.Color='<a long>'Sharon
>
> I always use DW syntax, when I ain't sure exact syntax or values
> you can find it in
> File/New Tools tabpge : Datawindow Syntax
>
>
>> Using PB 11.2
>> Can I through dot notation change the background color of a
>> column on a datawindow? If so, how?
>> Datawindow dw_1
>> colomn col_1


Sharon Posted on 2008-08-13 13:02:55.0Z
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> I love it so much I have it on my toolbar. The command is
> the marvelously intuitive
> wizard:?action=runonly&entry=k60_dwsyntax_sheet
>
> "fisher" <fisher_NO@SPAM_star.wckp.lodz.pl_PLEASE> wrote
> in message news:48a1ecdb$1@forums-1-dub...
> > Just like that
> > <DW Control
> Name>.Object.<Columnname>.Background.Color='<a
> long>'Sharon >
> > I always use DW syntax, when I ain't sure exact syntax
> > or values you can find it in
> > File/New Tools tabpge : Datawindow Syntax
> >
> >
> >> Using PB 11.2
> >> Can I through dot notation change the background color
> of a >> column on a datawindow? If so, how?
> >> Datawindow dw_1
> >> colomn col_1
>
>