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Dexterity - Focus Triggers Open Document/Clear window SOP_Entry

Dexterity - Focus Triggers Open Document/Clear window SOP_Entry

Dexterity - Focus Triggers Open Document/Clear window SOP_Entry

(OP)
I'm trying to tap into a few "events" here.  It is my understanding that there are a few fields created for some standard events, such as the "Save Record" and "Display Existing Record".

What are all the excepted standard practice events, and when should they be used? (I had noticed the "Display Existing Record" change occurred after a Save and clearing the fields).

I'm especially looking for one for Clearing the window, and one that solely occurs while opening a document.

Thanks.

RE: Dexterity - Focus Triggers Open Document/Clear window SOP_Entry

(OP)
I think the "Clear" event I'm looking for is the Window PRE script. I'm not seeing that as a option though using VSTools.  Can we event attach to the window pre script using VSTools?

RE: Dexterity - Focus Triggers Open Document/Clear window SOP_Entry

(OP)
I think I found the "Clear" event for VSTools under OpenAfterOriginal.

Still looking for the event that runs when loading a document only.

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