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few questions in d2k [message #197989] Fri, 13 October 2006 12:02 Go to next message
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I want answer of some questions.if u know the answers then plz reply.
1.What is the purpose of DML array size in d2k.
2.how many max. trigger can assign to single item in d2k.
3.what is restricted or unrestricted procedures
Re: few questions in d2k [message #198105 is a reply to message #197989] Sun, 15 October 2006 00:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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For question no 1 browse www.nocoug.org/download/2002-05/forms_tuning_wp.pdf .

For question-2 the number of triggers depends on which trigger you are operating. i.e check-box, text-item

Re: few questions in d2k [message #198171 is a reply to message #198105] Sun, 15 October 2006 23:46 Go to previous message
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From a reference manual
Restricted built-in subprograms
Restricted built-ins affect navigation in your form, either external screen navigation, or internal navigation. You can call these built-ins only from triggers while no internal navigation is occurring. Restricted built-ins cannot be called from the Pre and Post triggers, which fire when Form Builder is navigating from object to another.
Restricted built-ins can be called from the When triggers that are specific to interface items, such as When-Button-Pressed or When-Checkbox-Changed. Restricted built-ins can also be called from any of the When-New-"object"-Instance triggers and from key triggers.
Unrestricted built-ins do not affect logical or physical navigation and can be called from any trigger.

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