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I have the button of delete record in a browse list, but i need handle the action.

If the user press the buttom "Yes" in the window confirmación, I execute code if the user confirm that the record must be deleted.

I have the code in Accepted Embed but if the user press "No" in the window confirmation even so execute code.

How can i handle it?

RE: Delete record

Hi!

ABC or Legacy?

Putting code in the Accepted embed of the DELETE button is a bad idea. You need to find out the first embed after the FORM procedure is being called and then issue the code ::

IF <Request> = DeleteAction and <Response> = RequestCompleted
  ... row was actually deleted and your code goes here ...
END

You need to change <Request> & <Response> to the correct variables depending on ABC or Legacy.

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