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InitialState (Property)
In french: EtatInitial
The InitialState property is used to get the initial state of a control. The initial status corresponds to the status defined during the control description ("UI" tab).
Initial status of edit control ("UI" tab)
Initial status of control (button for example)
Initial status of Table control ("UI" tab)
Initial status of table column ("UI" tab)
To know if a control is visible, use the Visible property.
Example
IF BTN_Close.InitialState = Grayed THEN
BTN_Close.State = Active
END
Syntax
<Initial status> = <Control>.InitialState
<Initial status>: Integer constant
Initial status of the control, defined in the editor.
ActiveThe control is active, visible and in edit
DisplayOnly or InactiveThe control is read-only, no input or action is allowed
For the Table controls, the user will be able to select a table row. It can also be selected through programming with TableSelectPlus.
GrayedThe control is grayed
ReadOnlyNoSelectionFor the Table controls only: The control is read-only, no input is allowed.
In this case, the user will not be able to select a table row with the mouse or with the arrows. A row can only be selected through programming with TableSelectPlus. This row will be selected via the selection bar.
Universal Windows 10 App This constant is not available.
<Control>: Name of control or group of controls
Name of control or group of controls.
Remarks

State of a group of controls

If the InitialState property is used on a group of controls, the state returned is the initial state of the first control in the group.

Limits

  • The InitialState property cannot be used on a menu or menu option.
  • Universal Windows 10 App The InitialState property has no effect on HTML controls.
  • iPhone/iPad The InitialState property is only available on Table controls.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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