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Edit In Place Variable

Edit In Place Variable

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Hi,

I Just make a Edit in Place on my apps. I Have difficulties on taking variable from another table. For example is I create an entry on a item code variable (it's a Point of Sales App) from the EIP item field I Select the item after select the item I hope the item name and the item price is imported from item table. But the fact is I could not import it from the EIP item selection I put embeds :

UPDATE(SELF.FEQ)
TIT:TitleID = SELF.UseVar
GET(Titles,TIT:TitleID_Key)
IF ERRORCODE() OR pForce
GlobalRequest = SelectRecord
SelectTitleID
IF GlobalResponse = RequestCompleted
SELF.UseVar = TIT:TitleID
ReturnValue = EditAction:Ignore
ELSE
ReturnValue = EditAction:None
END
ELSE
ReturnValue = EditAction:Ignore
END
RETURN ReturnValue

Could anyone tell me how to make it work?

thanks,

Taniarto

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