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Move pointer to a certain record in Browse

Move pointer to a certain record in Browse

Move pointer to a certain record in Browse

Hello everybody,
I have this update screen which contains input fields and a browse.
THis browse is codes file which contains code and description, the code field is related to a field in the table used in the update screen.

when I enter the update screen, the codes table browse show all the records and the pointer is located on the first record,

what I want is the codes table browse to show all the records and the pointer to be located on the matching code of the update screen

RE: Move pointer to a certain record in Browse


Are you using the ABC or Clarion template?

If ABC, <BrowseObject>.ResetFromBuffer() will help.

Assuming COD:ID is the primary key column in the CODES table that is being displayed in the Browse, you can :

COD:ID = <value>


RE: Move pointer to a certain record in Browse

It worked fine .. thank you

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