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  • onrow doubleclick

    I've checked out the old posets on this issue and have attempted to do what was suggested, however, I still cannot get the record of the row I doubleclick on. I have a customer information form with a household browse listing that is read only. I would like for the user to double click on a row in the browse so that I can pop up a dialog box to allow them to modify the record they click on. The onrowdoubleclick event ALWAYS gives me the first person in the browse.

    Code:
    DIM vssn as C
    DIM vlname as C
    vssn = parentform:fambrs:ssn.value
    vlname = parentform:fambrs:last_name.value
    ui_msg_box("","Last Name = "+parent:fambrs:last_name.value+" First Name = "+parent:fambrs:first_name.value)
    results in thumbnail:

    any suggestions would be appreciated...

    Tom

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    Re: onrow doubleclick

    Tom

    I do exactly what you are doing with a browse in my inventory app. The browse is used to enter cuts and deduct from a specific roll in the inventory.

    The browse is read only. To make a change in the row the user double clicks the row and a dialog form pops up allowing them to change information, cancel the record etc.

    Here is the code that I use -

    Code:
    dim inv_recno as n
    dim vptr_icuts as p
    dim global menu_hdr as c 
    menu_hdr="Edit Apartment Cuts" ' this just changes the title info to either enter or edit
    
    inv_recno=browse1.current_record()'get the record number of the row that was clicked
    
    filter="recno()="+s_quote(inv_recno)' uses it to filter the popup form to that record
    
    vptr_icuts=form.ViewQueried("i_cuts",filter,"","hidden-dialog","center","center",.f.)
    vptr_icuts:button1.hide()
    vptr_icuts:menu_hdr.value=menu_hdr
    vptr_icuts.show()
    vptr_icuts.close()
    
    parentform:browse1.refresh()
    parentform.Refresh_Layout()
    parentform:carpet_id.activate()
    I think this is an example of what you want to do.

    edit: I used a form as a dialog, not a dialog box. So this is probably not what you need.

    Tom Baker
    Last edited by Tbaker; 06-24-2010, 01:50 PM. Reason: Just re-read your post

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    • #3
      Re: onrow doubleclick

      Tom(s),
      I have an idea, but may not be correct. v9 has had an issue in some builds in regard to which record is in focus....that is, the cursor will be on one record, but another is highlighted and such stuff.

      The read only that Tom used could remedy this problem and try that if you haven't (or is something that is possible in your case). I don't think using a form (dialog) or xdialog makes any difference.
      Mike
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      • #4
        Re: onrow doubleclick

        Tom_H, do you see the same results if you grab the "text" property of the two columns instead of the "value"?

        In most of my work here I use a pointer to the table being displayed in the browse rathern than try to get the field content from the browse object itself. You might try that if you're still stuck.

        I can supply an example if you wish.

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        • #5
          Re: onrow doubleclick

          Tom_B, Tom_C, and Mike,

          Thank you all for your input.

          I took a variation of Tom_B's (There are way too many Toms here) code and it produces the results I need. All I wanted to do was to make sure that when the operator double clicks on the current record I actually get the current record. Once I have the record, I can populate my dialog and let the operator have at it knowing that they are editing the record they selected.

          Code:
          'Date Created: 18-Jun-2010 10:47:35 AM
          'Last Updated: 24-Jun-2010 03:38:44 PM
          'Created By  : Thomas Henkel
          'Updated By  : Thomas Henkel
          DIM vssn as C
          DIM vlname as C
          DIM hh_recno as N
          hh_recno = parentform:fambrs.current_record()
          DIM hh as P
          hh = table.open("househol",FILE_RO_SHARED)
          hh.fetch_goto(hh_recno)
          
          vlname = hh.lname
          vssn = hh.fname
          ui_msg_box("","Last Name = "+vlname+" First Name = "+vfname)
          hh.close()
          Tom

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