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A text item key stroke interceptor [message #447328] Sat, 13 March 2010 11:06 Go to next message
kalpataru
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dear sir,
like vb 6.0 or vb.net in textbox's change trigger
fires...when we start typing in the text boxes
instantly. i want exactly this feature in forms how to
do this.

a lots of time i am asking this questions
i'm not getting my answer yet please anybody help me ,
and i am asking here the final/last time.

i also got answer from some-body that it can be
achieved by using java beans.

i want the procedure of doing this or the sample
.fmb file and .jar file.

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Re: kalpataru [message #447342 is a reply to message #447328] Sat, 13 March 2010 15:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Littlefoot
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Is this what you are looking for?

By the way: I understand that you love your (nick)name, but naming all topics you open with this name is not a very smart way to get the answer. Can't you find a smarter topic title?
postchange trigger [message #447371 is a reply to message #447342] Sun, 14 March 2010 05:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
kalpataru
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thank you very much sir,
yes my requirment like that but i want
the numbers not the characters.
my problem is that i don't know java.
so i can't write the java code for this.

for example
------------
i want to calculate a bill when start enatering number in price
text boxes then it is start firing the total text boex
first text box = 120
(when i type here then tot text box should be 120 immediately no need to press tab and enter.)

second text box= 200
(when i type here then tot text box should be 200 immediately no need to press tab and enter.)

--------------------
total is = 320
Re: postchange trigger [message #447372 is a reply to message #447371] Sun, 14 March 2010 05:34 Go to previous message
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Well, if you want all of that and don't know Java, you're in deep trouble.

I don't know Java either, but - I'm happy with <Tab> or <Enter> (i.e. simple WHEN-VALIDATE-ITEM trigger validation).

This is where my help ends, sorry.
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