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    Default Submit button

    In a web component, is there a way to get the submit button to be moved from the right side to the left?

    Also if you hide the record navigator, you hide the submit button. Is it possible to hide the record navigation with out hiding the submit button?

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    Default Re: Submit button

    Dan,

    How do you remove the record navigation?

    Bill.

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    Default Re: Submit button

    Hi Bill,

    Under properties, Record Navigation. There is a drop down selection, Above, Below, above and below, and No Navigation Bar. If you select No Navigation bar you also remove the submit button.

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    Default Re: Submit button

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Blank View Post
    Also if you hide the record navigator, you hide the submit button. Is it possible to hide the record navigation with out hiding the submit button?
    Dan:

    I previously ran into the same problem regarding the second part of your question. I accomplished showing the submit button without the record Navigation bar by the following:

    1. Select your web component and Edit it.
    2. Make sure the record navigator is set to be displayed above grid, below grid or above and below grid.
    3. Click the edit button(...) on the Record Navigator Layout.
    4. Select Custom Layout
    5. Uncheck the boxes Has first, Has Next, Has Previous, Has Last Links.
    6. In the bulleted fields to the right select "No Page Numbers"
    7. Press the Ok button to save
    8.Under Record Navigator make sure Suppress if only one page is Unchecked.

    Save and Retry - You should now have a submit button present without the record navigation Bar!

    Good Luck!
    Last edited by del025; 05-17-2007 at 04:34 AM. Reason: missing charachter

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