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Pushbuttons through Component Interface

Pushbuttons through Component Interface

Pushbuttons through Component Interface

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Hi All!

Since a v8 SP1 change a component interface has failed as a button needs pressing on the page before it'll validate correctly. Thing is, I can't see a way of pushing that button. Is there a way to 'push' the button, or is it necessary to invoke code that does the same job?

Many thanks in advance,

Dave.

RE: Pushbuttons through Component Interface

Hi,

I always wanted a functionality which would allow me to do that push button thing through CI. However unfortunately there is no way to invoke that Action since it is not one of the available properties for a CI (need to check the user defined properties though).

As I see the only way is to put that code in some function and try and invoke it @ some sensible event.

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