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    Multiple declaration of inc files

    Hi,
    I am having 3 dialogbox but parent of each is different and tag and components in both are same.
    So I want to avoid the multiple declaration of these same Dialogbox.
    If it would have been the matter of different tags we can use multitag.
    But I am unable to find solution for same dialogboxes having different parents.
    So plz let me know if any body has gone through the same problem and had the solution for the same.
    Rgds
    sandeep

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    Re: Multiple declaration of inc files

    Can't you just give the dialogboxes different names?

    window DialogBox dialogOne
    tag "The same tag"
    parent a

    window DialogBox dialogTwo
    tag "The same tag"
    parent b

    window DialogBox dialogThree
    tag "The same tag"
    parent c
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    Re: Multiple declaration of inc files

    Refer the Online help for the help on use of "ActiveApp".

    It says something of these lines.

    The GUI objectís parent can vary at runtime. For example, the Open dialog can have more than one application as a parent at runtime.

    Specify that the parent is the currently active application, for example: "~ActiveApp/[DialogBox]Open"

    Clubbing the above along with a winclass declaration you should be able to avoid the mulitple declarations.
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