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Webster Plus / Re: Event within grid not triggering
« Last post by Mike King on November 25, 2022, 09:51:19 AM »
As a follow up, If you are updating the cell that currently has focus such that the cell (or row) has to be reloaded you generally will have to use the 'Focus(variable_name$) method to set the focus to the cell/control.

There is no easy way for the system to guess at where you want focus to go when making changes to control that currently has focus so when doing this is is a good idea to force focus.

When forcing focus to a grid cell the name of the variable will be GGGGG-RRR-VVVVV where GGGGG Is the name of the grid, RRR is the row number, and VVVVV is the variable name (e.g. "mygrid-3-accttype$")
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Webster Plus / Re: Event within grid not triggering
« Last post by Mike King on November 25, 2022, 08:08:26 AM »
Okay, it appears the issue you are changing the cell contents for the cell that currently has focus?

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Webster Plus / Re: Event within grid not triggering
« Last post by Zereliq on November 23, 2022, 03:59:38 AM »
Hey Mike,

Inside a grid; When adding or changing a value for example
Code: [Select]
WRITE ([grid],rec=[obj])
or
%WEBSTER'UPDATE(FIELD$,VALUE$,GRID$,ROW)
will both reset the tabindex back to the first column in the first row instead of staying where its suppost to be.

See the GIF attachment i have recorded what happends in the current situation.

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Godaddy used to have a page that would allow you to create a CSR, otherwise you should be able to use OpenSSL to create your CSR and private key.
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Webster Plus / Re: Event within grid not triggering
« Last post by Mike King on November 21, 2022, 05:11:48 PM »
Can you advise what the issue is with tabindex?  We have tried a number of variations and it seemed to work for us.
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Programming / Re: Passing a COM Object to a CMD
« Last post by Mike King on November 21, 2022, 10:52:31 AM »
Just thought I'd take a moment and provide a code example:

Code: [Select]
!
! *cmd/showobj
!
  ENTER ! Make the call a Perform
  LOCAL x$ ! Save X$
  ENTER x$
  x$=STP(x$,2)
  LOCAL objid=EVN(x$)
  PRINT "For object:",objid
  PRINT objid'*
  END

Save the above in *cmd/showobj then you can issue "showobj varname"

Where varname is a variable with the handle to the object.
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Programming / Re: Passing a COM Object to a CMD
« Last post by Mike King on November 20, 2022, 10:32:13 AM »
There are a couple of ways to handle this.

One option is at the start of the *cmd program, before issuing the ENTER Var$ to get the arguments, issue an ENTER with no arguments.  This will flip the program from a CALL to a PERFORM allowing you to evaluate the value passed.
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Programming / Re: Passing a COM Object to a CMD
« Last post by Jeffrey Ferreira on November 18, 2022, 10:33:25 AM »
Thank you - I will try it out.
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Programming / Re: Passing a COM Object to a CMD
« Last post by Jeffrey Ferreira on November 18, 2022, 07:48:55 AM »
Hi St├ęphane ,
I was hoping there was something that already existed. I should have looked harder. However when i run it it says pvxtlb.exe does not exist?  I'm running version 1710-001 on windows...should it be there?
thanks
jeff
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