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Refresh browse in another window

Refresh browse in another window

Dear All,
I have this browse in a window, in this window I have a button that opens another window, in the other window I have to enter some data and do some processes. the thing is that the program is in multi user environment. so the brow in first window is updated. I tried to put a timer to update the browse but when I open the second window the timer stops until I go back to the first screen.

Any ideas are extremely appreciated

RE: Refresh browse in another window

Sorry I mistaken in my description. with the timer it is working fine , but I want to press a button in the second screen that refreshes the first screen.

RE: Refresh browse in another window


you can use: NOTIFY( notifycode, <thread>, <parameter> )
It's very easy ,there is an example in Clarion-Help.


RE: Refresh browse in another window

THank you cagiv, I will try that.

BEst regards

RE: Refresh browse in another window

Sorry cagiv I tried it but didnt give any results. can you explain more how to apply it.

with lots of thanks

RE: Refresh browse in another window


an example:
loc:ThreadID SIGNED
loc:NotifValue UNSIGNED

in FirstWindow you start the SecondWindow:
loc:ThreadID = START(prSecWindow, 2500, Window{PROP:Thread})

in SecondWindow you will now refresh the FirstWindow
NOTIFY(NOTIFY:RefreshWindow, pThread)

in FirstWindow you get the Notification in NOTIFY-Embed from Window Events
CASE loc:NotifValue
OF NOTIFY:RefreshWindow
DO ...


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