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Stored procedures
WinEdActiveUsed to
  • find out whether the "Edit by the end user" mode is enabled in a window (or in an internal window).
  • enable (or not) the "Edit by the end user" mode in a window (or in an internal window)
WinEdCreateNoteCreates a Repositionable Note control.
WinEdDeclareUndoDeclares how to cancel an action that was added by WinEdDo.
WinEdDeselectAllDeselects all the controls when the interface is modified by the end user ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdDoRuns an action (defined by programming) with support for Undo/Redo.
WinEdLoadLoads the modifications performed by the end user in a window.
WinEdRedoRuns the last action canceled by the end user when modifying the interface ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdRestoreCancels all the modifications performed by the end user ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdSaveSaves the modifications performed in "Edit by the end user" mode.
WinEdSaveNoteExports the repositionable notes created by the user into a file.
WinEdSelectReturns one of the controls selected by the end user when modifying the interface ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdSelectMinusDeselects a control when the interface is modified by the end user ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdSelectOccurrenceIndicates the number of controls selected by the end user when modifying the interface ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdSelectPlusSelects a control when the interface is modified by the end user ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
WinEdUndoCancels the last action performed by the end user when modifying the interface ("Edit by the end user" mode enabled).
Related Examples:
WD Interactive Application Training (WINDEV): WD Interactive Application
[ + ] This example explains how to use the WinEdXXX functions in an interactive application.
This application is used to mange a connected house (switch the lights on, find out the temperature).

The WinEdXXX functions are used to move the controls on the house map, while proposing advanced features such as the backup of modifications, the cancelation, ...
Minimum required version
  • Version 21
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