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RESET Function for Multiple Forms

Hello All,

This is regarding the RESET Functionality in multiple forms in VC Application.

This is an added Qn to the existing thread of mine :

reset-button-for-multiple-forms

In the above thread Mr.Margaret Hilsbos gave me a solution for providing the REFRESH Functionality in multiple subforms at a time.

It was working fine. But now the Problem is :

When I execute the VC Application from my system immediatly after deploying then all the Input Fields are enabled . But when I execute it through the PORTAL those Input Fields are disabled.

And when I try from my VC again the input fields are disabled again.

Not clear ??????

Ok....the bottom line is : " The input fields are not enabled when I execute the VC Application "

For this Mr.Margaret Hilsbos gave me a solution in the above thread.

i.e "One other thing you will need, is to connect a start point to your signal out from the main form. Otherwise the subforms will be disabled on start. Connecting the start point simply means the event is raised immediately and the forms are enabled."

I did this but still the input fields are disabled.

But one more point is : Each time when I delete the SIGNAL IN and re-attach the SIGNAL IN to the subforms and then deploy it then my input foelds are getting enabled.

Is this the Problem with VC or my SIGNAL Attachments ?

Regards,

Deepu.K

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:41 AM

    Hello Guys,

    Am i not clear in explaining my Problem ?

    Ok...One more thing What I observed is :

    When I execute the VC Application the Input fields are not enabled.

    But when I press the REFRESH Button then the Input fields are getting enabled .

    Can you guys help me now ?

    Regards,

    Deepu.K

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