Re: Robot user-defined dialogs.
User (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think SQABasic's dialogs
support callbacks. If they do, I wasn't able to figure them out.
If you have VisualBasic and really need to do this in a dialog, you could
build this into a VB EXE or DLL that you can call from SQABasic.
Robot user-defined dialogs.
User Thurgood, Mark (email@example.com) posted:
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Does anyone know if it's possible to force a 'Refresh' of a Robot-created
dialog (using the "Begin Dialog" routines)?
What I'm attempting to do:
I have created a dialog with two drop-down DropListBoxes and I'm
populating the first with a list of tables names from a database. Selecting
the tablename in this listbox calls the dialog function and it then
populates an array with a list of entries in the specified tablename. This
works fine so far...but, the dialog is not updated with this new information
(to populate the second DropListBox). This is my first time dealing with
Dialogs (I usually do everything with MsgBox/Print). Is this possible, or
do I have to create a second dialog? (I'd prefer to keep it in one
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