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What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

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  • What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

    Hi There,

    Thank you for taking the time to look. It's appreciated.

    We need to confirm that a person wants to delete a record when viewing a list record in detail. I'm trying to find the value returned to test if they clicked yes or no for the following

    var lObj = {dialog.object}.getControl('listObjectName');
    lObj.deleteRow();
    window.alert(button);
    if (button=='yes'){
    {dialog.object}.hideContainerWindow('MACH_DETAIL');
    }

    Not having much luck so would appreciate your guidance. Please let me know on how I can find out what options are available and how to test if they clicked yes or no.

    Thanks

    Jane.

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    Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

    In the detail view section of the list control properties check out the events , canDelete, afterDelete. Is this what you are looking for?

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    • #3
      Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

      <listObj>.deleteRow({prompt: true});
      Frank

      Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand

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        Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

        Hey Frank. Thanks for taking the time to look. Much appreciated. Yeah, it does help but I'm still lost to the answer to determine if the user clicked yes or no. I've tried
        window.alert(lObj.deleteRow()); hoping it would return a true or false but it doesn't.

        Hey Clip-Frank. Cheers for looking. That's great that one of the options is to turn on or off the prompt. Thank you for showing me. Are there any other options that can be passed into it? And how do I test if the prompt returns true or false?

        Thank you both Franks. frankly it's helpful.......

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        • #5
          Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

          I'm still lost to the answer to determine if the user clicked yes or no.
          So...... if the user clicks yes the record is deleted. Are you trying to compute something based on whether they click yes or no? If so I think you will have to write your own delete code and prompt with a message box.
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            Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

            OK. Cool. Thanks Frank. That answers my question. Cheers.

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              Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

              nope

              <listObj>.deleteRow(options) - Marks the current row in the List as deleted. The row is not physically removed from the List until the data are synchronized. If the current row is a new record, then the row is immediately removed from the List.
              options - a JSON object with these properties:
              prompt - true/false - prompt for confirmation. Default is true.
              Frank

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                Re: What are the options for listObj.deleteRow([options]);

                Thanks Frank. Mighty helpful.

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