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Stored procedures
InitialValue (Property)
In french: ValeurInitiale
The InitialValue property is used to get the initial value of a control in a window or page. This value corresponds to the initial value defined in the editor ("Content" tab of the control description window).
Example
// Initialize the value of "EDT_Customer" with its initial value
EDT_Customer = EDT_Customer.InitialValue
Syntax
<Initial value> = <Control used>.InitialValue
<Initial value>: Any type
Initial value of specified control.
<Control used>: Control name
Name of the control to be used.
Remarks
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ActiveX control

For an ActiveX control, the initial value corresponds to the COM identifier (ProgID) of the ActiveX selected when creating the window.
WEBDEV - Server codeAjax

iFrame control

For an iFrame control, the InitialValue property corresponds to:
  • the name of the page displayed (name selected in the description window of iFrame control). For example: "MyPage1".
  • a full URL if the page displayed corresponds to a page of another Internet site.
WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeiPhone/iPadIOS WidgetAjax

Chart control

For a Chart control, the initial value corresponds to the image displayed in the control background, selected when creating the window or the page.
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Drawer control

For a Drawer control, the InitialValue property corresponds to the state of a control (expanded (1) or collapsed(0)) selected when the control was created.
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Combo Box control

For a Combo Box control, the InitialValue property is used to read again the initial string assigned to the element.
For example, if the following code is used to add an element:
ListAdd(COMBO_Combo1, gImage(nImageNum,i) + "Customer.CustomerName" + i + ...
gStoredValue("Customer.CustomerName" + i))
the following code is used to read the initial string again:
COMBO_Combo1[1].InitialValue
Remark: The result of DisplayedValue does not allow you to retrieve information about te content added by gStoredValue.

Limitations

WINDEV In a window, the InitialValue property cannot be used on:
  • a window,
  • a Static control,
  • a Button control,
  • a Shape control,
  • an option in a radio button or check box,
  • a row in a list box, listview or table,
  • a cell or a column in a table,
  • a menu,
  • a tab pane,
  • a group of controls,
  • an element in a TreeView control.
WEBDEV - Server code In a page, the InitialValue property can only be used on:
  • an Edit control,
  • a formatted display control,
  • a Combo Box control,
  • a List Box control,
  • a Static control,
  • a Table control,
  • a Rich Text Area control,
  • a layout cell (if the cell is in stream mode).
Java The InitialValue property applies only to the following elements:
  • Edit control.
  • Image control.
  • Check Box control.
  • Radio Button control.
  • List Box control.
  • Combo Box control.
  • Table control.
  • Supercontrol.
Android Widget The InitialValue property applies only to Image controls.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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