||Re: pass a value from fora ONE to be read by form TWO
Ken Mayer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:35:34 -0700
On 8/10/2019 1:22 PM, Ivan Benttini wrote:
> How can I pass a value from form One to be tested by form Two.
> I am running Microsoft Windows 7 and my dBase version is 2.80.
> I tought that by using a global variable like _app.VALUE NAME would do the trick but is not working for me. Can some one give me a "push" here?
> May be a snip of code would be Much appreciate when anyone have the time.
This is easier than it might seem, but I use custom properties of the
forms, rather than trying to use _app values. (Also a bit of work, but
it's not that bad once you understand how to do it ...)
If you have, say, a pushbutton on the first form that opens the second:
set procedure to second_form.wfm
oSecond = new second_formform() // classname in the .wfm file
oSecond.MyCustomProperty = some_value // for example,
// form.entryfield11.value -- or whatever you need
// open or readModal:
In the second form, in say, an overridden open method:
if type( this.MyCustomProperty ) # "U" // not undefined
// assign value to a text control for display ...
form.MyText1.text = this.MyCustomProperty
This is just a simple example, untested, but based on things I have done
MANY MANY times.
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