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need to create confirmation window as popup

Hi

my requirement is to create a popup window, to confirm the user "ok" or "cancel" to take necessary action.

using the below code we were able to create the popup window but after the popup window is displayed and after clicking on the "ok" button we are not able to capture the necessary event.

Currently, the popwindow is displayed upon clicking on the "OK" or "CANCEL" button we are not able to control the user upon the appropriate action

IWDControllerInfo conf= wdControllerAPI.getViewInfo().getViewController();

IWDEventHandlerInfo hndinf= conf.findInEventHandlers("cancelcheck");

IWDConfirmationDialog confd= wdComponentAPI.getWindowManager().createConfirmationWindow(wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("cancel_check"),hndinf,wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("ok_check"));

hndinf= conf.findInEventHandlers("okcheck");

confd.addChoice(hndinf,wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("confirm"));

confd.show();

Please suggest the way forward.

THanks & Regards

Vijay Krishna S

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:58 AM

    Hi vijay,

    Try the below code

    IWDControllerInfo controllerinfo=wdControllerAPI.getViewInfo().getViewController();
                     String dialogbox="Some message to display in confirmation doalog box";
    		IWDConfirmationDialog dialog=wdComponentAPI.getWindowManager().createConfirmationWindow(dialogbox,controllerinfo.findInEventHandlers("ok"),"OK");
    		dialog.addChoice(controllerinfo.findInEventHandlers("cancel"),"CANCEL");
    		dialog.show();

    Hope it helps and revert back to me if you face any issue

    Thanks,

    Rahul.

    Edited by: rahul.girmaji on Dec 8, 2011 8:04 AM

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:35 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    Try using eventhandlerid instead of eventhandlerinfo. Below is the snippet to do that.

    String dialogText = wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("cancel_check");
    IWDConfirmationDialog dialog = wdComponentAPI.getWindowManager().createConfirmationWindow(dialogText, wdThis.WD_EVENTHANDLER_CANCEL_CHECK, wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("ok_check"));
    dialog.addChoice(wdThis.WD_EVENTHANDLER_OK_CHECK, wdComponentAPI.getTextAccessor().getText("confirm"));
    dialog.show();
    
    

    Asuming cancelCheck and okCheck are the eventhandlers. Also make sure, appropriate evenhandler is used for each button, as i see that text for first button is "ok_check" and eventhandler for second button is named okcheck.

    Regards,

    Vishweshwara P.K.M.

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      Hi

      Thanks for the reply......

      Iam not able to use eventhandlerid instead of eventhandlerinfo as it is available in the API (Organize Imports).

      cancelCheck and okCheck are the eventhandlers used, in the code i have sent it is properly used,

      please suggest if it mistakenly written

      FYI : I am using NWDS 7.0 SP19

      Thanks

      vijay

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