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    51 Show/hide expressions in the Page Layout and TabbedUI component You can use show/hide expression in the Page Layout component to show or hide the objects that you place in the component. The expressions can refer to session variables and arguments defined in the component. Using show hide expressions, it is easy to show one user a page with one particular set of components, and another user a completely different set of components. In the case of the Tabbed UI component, the show/hide expressions can control which buttons are visible in the button pane.

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    52 Using Server Side Javascript Grid Events to show a button in only the first row of a Grid Sometimes you might want to show a control, such as a Button or Hyperlink, in only the first row of a Grid. This video shows how this is easily done using the System Javascript Events in the grid.

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    53 Dynamic DetailView window title The DetailView can be shown in a popup Ajax window. You might want the window title to be dynamically constructed using data from the current Grid row. This video shows how you can do this using system Javascript events.

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    54 Automatically Close Modal Pop-up Ajax Window when Grid Data are Saved It is easy, using Action Javascript, to open a Grid in a pop-up modal Ajax window. This video shows how you can cause the modal pop-up window to automatically close when the data in the Grid shown in the pop-up window are saved.

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    55 TabbedUI Component with buttons on Home Page (instead of on button bar on left) The Tabbed UI component is an easy way to create a 'launch pad' for all of the pages, Grids and Reports in your application. The standard Tabbed UI component has a series of buttons in a 'button pane' on the left or right hand side. Each of the buttons opens a new pane in the Tabbed UI.

    Instead of putting the buttons that open new Tabbed UI panes in the 'button pane', you might want to put the buttons directly on the Home Page that is displayed when the Tabbed UI component is first opened.

    This video shows how this is easily accomplished by using a Page Layout component for the Home Page of the Tabbed UI component. (Requires System Addins build 3516 or greater).

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    Richard Rabins
    Co Chairman
    Alpha Software