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Make a screen field ACTIVE/INACTIVE without going to PBO

Hi All,

How can we change the SCREEN attributes without going to PBO of that screen?

I am using DYNP_VALUES_UPDATE to update the values of the fields.

Do we have a similar function to update the field attributes too?

Thanks

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 03:13 AM

    Hi.,

    In the attribute properties of element., at input u can select not possible to disable input field. and u can put that in initialization event also., but in these two processes u can make them enable or disable at first.

    If u want to make them enable dynamically based on conditions., u have to put that in PBO.

    hope this helps u.,

    Thanks & Regards

    Kiran

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Here's my scenario:

      I have two separate subscreens on a screen. The first subscreen has a table control and the second subscreen contains fields which will be displayed/populated based on the row i select in the first subscreen. The problem i seem to face is, the first time i enter the screen and SCROLL the table, all the fields in the second subscreen are displayed. SCROLL in the first subscreen doesnt trigger the PBO of the second subscreen, hence, i cannot set the SCREEN attributes for the second subscreen.

      I can see PBO of a screen can be forced by calling the screen number again, but, calling one subscreen from another doesnt seem to work as i expected?

      Any help will be appreciated.

      Thanks,

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