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How to disable confirm delete window?

How to disable confirm delete window?

(OP)
Hi, well the the title says it all. I want to disable the confirm delete window that appears when I click the delete button. If anyone knows please respond, thx!

RE: How to disable confirm delete window?

Hello
Go to your update screen properties,choose "messages and titles" button, in "When called for delete" option choose "Automaic delete".

This should do it


Regards

 

RE: How to disable confirm delete window?

(OP)
Thank you very much. But how do I program it to delete another record also, from some other table without showing me the confirm delete window?

RE: How to disable confirm delete window?

Hi,

for example you can use then embed after call update-procedure:

IF SELF.Request = DeleteRecord AND GlobalResponse = RequestCompleted THEN
  ACCESS:MyTABLE.CELARKEY(MyTABLE:KeyID)
  MyTABLE:MyFieldId = 123
  IF ACCESS:MyTABLE.FETCH(MyTABLE:KeyID) = LEVEL:BENIGN THEN
    ACCESS:MyTABLE.DELETERECORD(0)
  END
END

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