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Table control in dialog programming

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I have created a screen in dialog programming where there is a input/output field called hu barcode and a table control below it.Beside the table control i created a input /output field counter.The counter field is only display field.

In the output when the user enters the value in hu barcode field and press enter that value should appear in the below table control.Again when the user enters the value in hu barcode field and press enter that value also should appear in the below table control above the previous value.In this way the user can enter any number of values in hu barcode field and all the values should appear in the below table control and the counter should be increased for each entry and should appear on the screen in the counter field.

Now the issue is my screen size is only 8*40 and I have adjusted the table control in only that screen size.After entering 4 values when I click the down arrow in table control the counter is getting increased and the last entered value is getting appended many times in the table control.I want to scroll down and check the 4th value in the table control.Does it mean that the scroll bar is not working or the table control cannot be used in the RF programs?

How can I achieve this?

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2009 at 07:27 AM
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    Posted on Aug 14, 2009 at 07:49 AM

    Generally when we are doing RF module pool programming (with screen size 8X40 or 16X20) we can use step loops to display the records.

    To get the scrolling for the table control we can set the vertical scroll bar is X in the table control properties.

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