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Stored procedures
Emulates the next call to OKCancel and automatically clicks the button passed in parameter.
Example
// Automatically close the next OKCancel dialog box
// The answer on which the click will be performed is OK
EmulateOKCancel(True)

// Process
// ...

SWITCH OKCancel("Do you want to save the modifications?")
CASE True
// Save the modifications
CASE False
// Cancel the modifications
END // The message is automatically closed via a click on OK
Syntax
EmulateOKCancel(<Button>)
<Button>: Integer constant
Indicates the button of the OKCancel window on which the click must be performed:
FalseClick on [CANCEL]
TrueClick on [OK]
Remarks

Checking the function

The existence of an emulating function (EmulateWarning, EmulateError, EmulateInfo, ...) is checked during the call to the associated dialog function (Warning, Error, Info, ...).

Difference of message type

The order of the EmulateXXX functions must respect the display order of Error, Info, ... Otherwise, a fatal error will occur.
Component : wd250testexe.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 11
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