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Problem Enabling TextBox

Problem Enabling TextBox

Problem Enabling TextBox

Hi All,

   I am having problem re-enabling the textbox after manually assigning the controlsource.

In my Init() of the form :

THIS.txtBox1.ControlSource = lrTest.value1

And I have a command button on the form which basically does:

THISFORM.txtBox1.Enabled = .T.

However Clicking the command button will not enabled the textbox, but when i remove the code from the INIT() method of the form, things seem to be working well. I have tried refreshing both the form and the textbox but it did not help.

I have to assign the controlsource manually due to some design issues instead of typing the lrTest.Value in the ControlSOurce property.

Thanks in advance.

Yue Jeen

RE: Problem Enabling TextBox

The only thought that comes to mind: is lrTest.value1 read-only?

Does lrTest.value1 exist when the form Init fires?

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development

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