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Stored procedures
The Group property is used to:
  • find out whether the control belongs to a group of controls. If the control belongs to one or more groups, the Group property can be used to identify these groups of controls.
  • Versions 19 and later
    User code (UMC) associating a control with a group of controls.
    New in version 19
    User code (UMC) associating a control with a group of controls.
    User code (UMC) associating a control with a group of controls.
Reminder: The association between a control and a group of controls is performed in the editor during the control description ("UI" tab, "Group" button).
Example
// Find out the name of the group of controls to which MyControl belongs
NameGroupControls = MyControl.Group
IF Position(BTN_Close.Group, "Btn_Default")>0 THEN
BTN_Close.State = Active
END
// CloseOption is the name of a menu option
Trace(CloseOption.Group)
Versions 19 and later
User code (UMC)
// The "GR_Options" group was created in the editor
EDT_Options.Group = "GR_Options"
GR_Options.Visible = False
New in version 19
User code (UMC)
// The "GR_Options" group was created in the editor
EDT_Options.Group = "GR_Options"
GR_Options.Visible = False
User code (UMC)
// The "GR_Options" group was created in the editor
EDT_Options.Group = "GR_Options"
GR_Options.Visible = False
Syntax

Finding out the name of the group associated with a control Hide the details

<Group name> = <Control used>.Group
<Group name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
  • Name of the groups to which the control belongs. If the control belongs to more than one group, the names of the different groups are separated by a comma (e.g., "GR_GROUP1,GR_GROUP2").
  • Empty string ("") if the control belongs to no group.
<Control used>: Control name
Name of the control for which the groups must be found.
Versions 19 and later
User code (UMC)

Associating a control with a group of controls Hide the details

<Control used>.Group = <Group name>
<Control used>: Control name
Name of control to use.
<Group name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
  • Name of the group(s) to which the control must be associated. To designate several groups, the names of the different groups must be separated by a comma (for instance, "GR_Group1,GR_Group2").
  • Empty string ("") if the control belongs to no group.
New in version 19
User code (UMC)

Associating a control with a group of controls Hide the details

<Control used>.Group = <Group name>
<Control used>: Control name
Name of control to use.
<Group name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
  • Name of the group(s) to which the control must be associated. To designate several groups, the names of the different groups must be separated by a comma (for instance, "GR_Group1,GR_Group2").
  • Empty string ("") if the control belongs to no group.
User code (UMC)

Associating a control with a group of controls Hide the details

<Control used>.Group = <Group name>
<Control used>: Control name
Name of control to use.
<Group name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
  • Name of the group(s) to which the control must be associated. To designate several groups, the names of the different groups must be separated by a comma (for instance, "GR_Group1,GR_Group2").
  • Empty string ("") if the control belongs to no group.
Remarks
The Group property applies only to:
  • Reports and Queries the report controls.
Java The Group property applies only to the following controls:
  • Button.
  • Static.
  • Edit control.
  • Image.
  • Check Box.
  • Radio Button.
  • List Box.
  • Combo Box.
  • TreeView.
  • Tab.
  • Table.
  • Table column.
  • Supercontrols.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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