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Stored procedures
..TokenListSeparator retrieves or modifies the separators that trigger the creation of new tokens when entering information in a "Text token" edit control.
Example
IF EDT_Email..TokenEnabled = True THEN
EDT_Email..TokenListSeparator = ";.:"
END
Syntax

Finding out the separators that trigger the creation of tokens Hide the details

<Result> = <Edit control>..TokenListSeparator
<Result>: Character string
List of authorized separators for token creation.
Note: The Enter key always corresponds to a token separator.
<Edit control>: Control name
Name of the edit control used.

Modifying the separators that trigger the creation of tokens Hide the details

<Edit control>..TokenListSeparator = <New separators>
<Edit control>: Control name
Name of the edit control used.
<New separators>: Character string
List of authorized separators for token creation.
Note: The Enter key always corresponds to a token separator.
Remarks
  • An error is generated:
    • if the edit control is not a "Text token" edit control.
    • If ..TokenEnabled is False.
  • Each character defined with ..TokenListSeparator is processed individually. For example, if the property ..TokenListSeparator corresponds to ";:", entering ':' is sufficient to trigger the creation of a token.
  • The Enter key always triggers the creation of a token, so it is not necessary to add it to the list of separators of ..TokenListSeparator.
Minimum version required
  • Version 24
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