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Mandatory Checkbox

Hi All,

I am trying to add a mandatory checkbox to one of the BSP's in our E-Recruiting system. When people click on the "Submit Application" button, I would like there to be a check to see if my new checkbox has been selected. If not, I would like there to be an error message. I have created the checkbox but have not figured out how to perform this check. Is there anyone that may be able to help me?

Thanks!

Heather

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 02:00 PM

    hi

    pls find the sample code

    parameters: cb1 as checkbox default 'X'.
    
    
    at selection-screen.
    if cb1 is initial.
    message e001(00) with 'Pls select the....."
    endif.
    

    thx

    pavan

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 02:05 PM

    i am not clear about your requirement...

    but if u want to check weather the user is checked the check box or not by checking the value is initial or not ..

    as you said u r wrote the dode for the "submit Button".. in the same way do it for check box

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