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Need a FAB Recalculate command

Need a FAB Recalculate command

Does the FAB language have a Recalculate command for the form?  I can call the Menu item and do it that way, but then I have to click "OK" during the process.  I need it to perform the recalculation without interuption.

Any help is greatly appreciated..

RE: Need a FAB Recalculate command

Are you wanting to recalculate like a refresh for the page or calculated fields that are numbers and you want updated if changed?  There is a recalculate parameter that can be set to true on the import command, but not sure what you are wanting to do.

RE: Need a FAB Recalculate command

What I am looking for is the same thing as if you go to the Filler menu to "Tools" > "Recalculate"

I want calculated fields that are numbers and you want updated if changed.


RE: Need a FAB Recalculate command

Can you put the code you are using to call the menu item.   

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