Open Another Database
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic Action Scripting/Database/Open Another Database.xml
The Open Another Database action closes the current database and opens another. You can specify the database to open ahead of time, or prompt the user at run-time.
Form Open Options
/documentation/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/View/Form/Form Open Options.xml
There are two ways to specify the name of a form or browse layout. These are:
a5queueing::queue Open Method
/documentation/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/A5Queueing/Queue/Open Method.xml
Open a queue given a connection string
Dial Telephone Open SMS client
/documentation/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Dial Telephone Open SMS client.xml
Dial a telephone number or open the SMS client application to send a SMS message.
Object Names
/documentation/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/Layout/Object/Object Names.xml
An object name must be alphanumeric, can contain ?_', must start with a letter, and must be unique in its container. For example, if a form has two buttons, the buttons must have different names. But if you have two different forms, the buttons on each form can have the same name. Alpha Anywhere will automatically fix object names that break these rules. For example if you open two copies of the Customer form, the objects will be named Customer and CustomerN (where N is an additional character that makes the name unique, e.g. Customer1).
Toolbar::open Function
/documentation/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/System/Toolbar/open Method.xml
Opens and returns a pointer to a toolbar.
Object Addresses
/documentation/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/Layout/Object/Object Addresses.xml
Each object has an address that you use to manipulate the object. An object address is much like a real address. Just as "36 Bigelow St., Cambridge, MA02139" uniquely identifies someone's home, an object address uniquely identifies an object. System objects are top-level objects. They can be addressed directly by just specifying the object name. You can optionally prefix the object name with a colon to avoid any potential ambiguity if a user created object has the same name as a system object.
Open a URL
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Open a URL.xml
The Open a URL action launches the user's browser and opens the specified URL. To add this action go to the Control Panel and click on the Code tab. Click the New button in the toolbar, and then select Script (using Action Scripting) from the dropdown. The Code Editor will open. Click the Add New Action button
Help - Open Documentation option
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/Wiki/Documentation Search Assistant.xml
It is possible to access launch the help documentation in a new browser window from inside Alpha Anywhere.
Open the Detail View
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/The Detail View/Open the Detail View.xml
To create a Detail View you will first need to open a grid in the Grid Builder . From the Web Projects Control Panel click on the Create a new grid component button. The Select Grid Component Template dialog will open. Click the Start with a blank Grid Component radio button and click OK . This will open the Grid Builder dialog. Alternatively, you can also get to the Grid Builder from the Web Projects Control Panel by clicking on the New component or file button. The New File dialog will open, select the Web Component option and click Next> then Grid and then Next > again. This will bring you to the Select Grid Component Template and then the Grid Builder .