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IIRC you have to setup a user event on the dw control to listen for
pbm_dwnbuttonclicked and it will tell you which control and row was
clicked. If the button is outside the detail band you would probably not
worry about the row and just check for dwo.name
???? User Event - why?
The DW Control already comes with the ButtonClicked event!
Hi Chris :
While my button is on a field of DataWindow; when I do click, the
ButtonClicked! event does not fire (the script that is inside does not
execute - in the debug dont enter the script ).
To work, I had to hide the field ( move down of band ), leaving only the
There is another way to do this, without hide the field ?
"Chris Pollach" <email@example.com> escribiÃ³ en el mensaje
Ahhh .. I see - you need to place the button in front of the column. Looking
at the example image closer, it looks like the column is in front of the CB.
However, you need to hide the CB then to see the data in the column
I think what we need to though is ask you why or how you envisage this
to work? The GUI design looks cumbersome to me.
totally correct, I think I was reverting back to when these events were
not exposed by default and you had to add them. To be honest I never
liked buttons on the DW too much :)
> "Adam Simmonds" <adam.simmonds@[remove]exemail.com.au> wrote in message
>> Enrique Montalvan wrote:
>>> Friends :
>>> I put a button (Proceso) in detail band of datawindow Grid Type, but the
>>> bottonclicked event do not response. I cant to do click in the botton
>>> How I can to use botton with de this type of datawindow
>> IIRC you have to setup a user event on the dw control to listen for
>> pbm_dwnbuttonclicked and it will tell you which control and row was
>> clicked. If the button is outside the detail band you would probably not
>> worry about the row and just check for dwo.name
Wow ... I have DW based CB's all over my applications (taste great ... less