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Handling warning messages

Handling warning messages

Handling warning messages

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Hi all,

I'd like my adp project to display an explicit warning message when a "save" button has been clicked. For example : "Warning! you are about to record a new customer, do you want to carry on?" (the choice would be "OK" or "cancel")
How can I do this?

Furthermore, how can I make sure that the record has been well recorded? How can I display a "succesfull" message? I thought I could lauch a SQL Query that would search for the existence of the new customerdID? But I guess it is a kinda heavy solution and that there are other ways to do this easily and properly...??

Regards,

howard.

RE: Handling warning messages

If you work in bound mode it is more complicated.

can you try to work in unbound mode ???
because then you will have full control on all the events.

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