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Hi pmeidinger, Thank you so much for this, it worked! You’re a champ!
My page is quite a long one and the field that I have used a “Show” behaviour is low on the page. The “Show” behaviour goes to the field and highlights it, but the user can’t see it because the field is low on the page and “off the screen”.
Is there a way to force a page down?
I was trying to access it via the dashboard. Is the Library Tree via the dashboard only available to fresh on-premise installs? Or can this be “added” somehow later?December 10, 2009 at 10:16 pm in reply to: Cannot get to Value or Caption for ListBoxes objects #4971
Hi guys, thanks for your responses.
I did a little bit more testing and you are both right (of course). The only thing is that it is only right for lists that are hard-coded. It is not possible to access the values or test for True or False for dynamic built lists (via a connection). I will have to come up with another way to provide multi-choice functionality. Checkboxes is not an option due to limited real-estate on the form. Listboxes were the best way because it allowed me to provided a long list within a small space.
ThanksDecember 10, 2009 at 1:56 am in reply to: How to avoid uploading your logo on every form/report you have and save space #4953
Hey great method!
The one thing I did find is that I had to place the Set Property command on page open rather than form open.
I know that it is possible to insert via a database connection field content of more than 2000 characters, but I haven’t tried reading a large quantity via a database connection. I will try tomorrow and let you know.
Thanks Ian, it would be tremendous to have this limitation removed. Can you confirm that this is only on form connections, and not on database connections?
it’s a form connection
I am getting the same character limit when using a Connect behaviour. I am setting the target to a multi-line text field with a character maximum of 4000 characters, but the connect behaviour seems to have a limit of 400 characters. Is there something in the connection agent settings that need to be changed?
Thanks for the reply. It is as you stated above. It only allows the user to enter the exact value as stipulated in the design. However I am sure how you would use this feature.
Does it mean that it has to match exactly, or can it just contain the values somewhere in what was entered, or does it match a pattern?
For example, if I wanted to ensure that in the login name field the user can enter only characters a-z and the symbols @ _ – and spaces, how would I go about this?
Any news on this item?March 31, 2009 at 12:04 am in reply to: Is there a limit to the number of Connect Behaviours that can be loaded? #4437
The problem that I had encountered above only occurs with CSV connections. As soon as I turned this into a database connection, the issue went away. CSV connections can only be accessed by one “user” at a time, as the “user” locks the file.February 17, 2009 at 1:26 pm in reply to: Is there a limit to the number of Connect Behaviours that can be loaded? #4392
I’ll give your suggestions a go and let you know how I went.
Thanks for confirming that I had done the right thing. As I am only new to this application, I was worried that I was not correctly understanding the functions and the code to insert in each row. I am used to more traditional and less GUI design and development environments.