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MessageBox and Events

MessageBox and Events

MessageBox and Events

(OP)
Hello

I have a problem with 3 browse (1 main and 2 secondary) in the same window. When I refresh the main and no information is displayed in it, the 2 secondary are not refreshed even if I post a RefreshPage event on them. But when I call a message() before my RefreshPage, the browses are updated !
Do someone knows why ?
Or do someone knows what events are called when a messageBox (message()) is called which permit to refresh browse ?
I try RefreshPage, RefreshWindow, Display, even SyncWindow !! What do I forget ?


Thanx

RE: MessageBox and Events

I cannot tell from your post if you are using ABC but will make that assumption.  Check out ResetFromQueue and ResetFromFile in the help file.

HTH

RE: MessageBox and Events

(OP)
No i'm not using ABC library..
Do U have another solution in Legacy ?

Thanx

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