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Hi everybody.

All my previous questions have no response ... everybody in hollidays? I hope you don't ban me. cry

I try an other question.

In the toolbar of the mainwindow i have some variable strings.

Calcs are made by code template. How I can Refresh my toolbar to display the new results in the variable strings.

I think somethink as post(event:??????)

Also, it's important for me to have an answer for my previous question : how to ban add and delete management by the keyboard ?

Many thanks if somebody can help me

Best regards from France.

RE: refresh toolbar


i hope i understand you right.

you can refresh with:
DISPLAY(?MyString) or

You can set the Rights for every action, for example:

CODE -->

IF YourCondition THEN
  BR1.DeleteControl = 0
  BR1.DeleteControl = ?Delete   ! BR1 = Objectname Browse, ?Delete = Deletebutton 

(InsertControl,ChangeControl,ViewControl also possible)

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