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RE: Programmable Tables R5 vs R6
Narasimhan Nallani 14.Aug.06 03:11 PM a Web browser
Applications Development 6.0 Windows 2000


No. Not in QueryOpen. Should be in PostOpen. Refreshes document after opening it.

In R5 the tabs for the programmatic table always used to work in edit mode. I read somewhere that Table field($Approver) should be deleted in order for the Tabs to work in Read Mode. May be that's why you added that code there to remove it from memory.

I have no problem for both modes in R6.5.1. never used any such thing to remove the table field.

If you say that there is no additional computed field then I have a question for you. (For the time being, just forget about R5 & R6 things)

You said initially originator get "Basics" Tab and fills the information and saves it. Then later he re-opens the document and fills information in 2nd and 3rd Tabs(Facts, Summary) and then submits it for approval. Right ?

If so, how the originator get those additional Tabs which he did not get when he composed the document (Only Basics Tab is displayed in Programmatic Table initially right?)

That means, based on some condition, the Tabs are not showing up and getting displayed next time when user opens a saved document. Is there a hide when condition for those two rows like not to get displayed for a new document? Did you figure it out how this is happenning.

I guess this may have the key thing. Also are those tabs customized (created cells in a table) or Notes Based Tabs?




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