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  • Viewing and/or modifying the processes of a control
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Stored procedures
Overview
The following processes are associated with the report controls:
ProcessesRuntime condition
InitializationRun when initializing the report. The order in which the processes are run when printing a report (including during a test) is as follows:
  • "Opening" process of the report.
  • "Initialization" process of report blocks.
  • "Initialization" process of controls.
Before printingRun before printing a control.
Entry inRun when the input cursor enters in the control. This process is available for the edit controls used in preview mode only.
Exit fromRun when changing control (TAB key, change of control with the mouse, ...). This process is available for the edit controls used in preview mode only.
Modification ofRun whenever the content of the control is modified (typing or erasing a character for example). This process is available for the edit controls used in preview mode only.
ClickRun when clicking the control. The click on the control is available in the print preview only. A star allows the user to easily identify the clickable controls.
Source code in WLanguage can be entered in these processes. See Sequence of processes associated with the reports for more details.
Viewing and/or modifying the processes of a control
To view and/or modify the processes of a control, use one of the following methods:
  • select the control and press [F2].
  • select the control and display the "Context-Sensitive View of Code" pane.
  • select "Code" from the popup menu of the control (right mouse click on the control).
  • click the "Code" icon of control description.
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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