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Hi all,

I have a similar problem to rleiman (thread 192-1252644)when I embedded this code in the "When selected" event for the entry field -
"IF NOT 0{prop:AcceptAll}
 if ?AST:Dishonoured{PROP:Checked} = True  
    MOD:Priority = 'M'
    MOD:Process = 'Posted TAFE Certificate'
    MOD:Date = today()

This code "IF NOT 0{prop:AcceptAll}" stopped when the OK button was pressed, but doesn't add data when PROP:Checked is checked, only when it is unchecked.

I am using vers 5.5 enterprise & windows 7.

RE: PROP:AcceptAll.

Hi All,

I fixed it by changing "if ?AST:Dishonoured{PROP:Checked} = True"


"if ?AST:Dishonoured{PROP:Checked} = 0"


RE: PROP:AcceptAll.

Hi Brian,

Why do you need to check for AST:Dishonoured{PROP:Checked} - can't you just check for the the TRUE value of AST:Dishonoured i.e.

Assuming AST:Dishonoured is a STRING(1) meant to contain a 'Y' if true and 'N' if false, you could check

IF AST:Dishonoured = 'Y'


Assuming AST:Dishonoured is a BYTE meant to contain a 1 if true and 0 if false, you could check

IF AST:Dishonoured


RE: PROP:AcceptAll.

Hi Brian,

Forgot to add ::

Calling SELECT with no parameter triggers a PROP:AcceptAll mode which generate a EVENT:Accepted for all the controls i.e. other events like EVENT:Selected might not fire in a AcceptAll operation.


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