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Close All Windows at once....

Close All Windows at once....

Close All Windows at once....

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Hi all! I have a small question.....

Suppose I have an application running about BANKS with some windows opened... When I first entered this application I opened a window to choose the BANK I wanted to work with, ok? So I set a global variable with this BANK number... Then I decided to change the BANK but I don't want to close the application and re-open it to choose another BANK..... I'm opening this selection BANK window so I can change the BANK.... BUT I must close ALL the opened windows or at least send a warning asking the user to close all of them before changin the BANK... How can check if there's an opened window??? Or how can I close all the windows at once???

Any tips?
Thanks in advance....

RE: Close All Windows at once....

You can use the associated variable list of the ClassDefinition object of either the Application object or the current object. Loop through the list looking for the class name of the window then trigger the close event.

Matt

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