- Grid Component - SQL Database Errors
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Grid Component/Grid Component SQL Database Errors.xml
You can now customize the text that is displayed when the SQL Database reports an Insert, Update or Delete error.
By default, Alpha Anywhere displays this text for an Update, Delete or Insert Error:
- Ordering Lookup Entries - Grid Component
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Ordering Lookup Entries - Grid Component.xml
Often you will want to display a list of values selected from a table. It is often desirable to specifically order these entries, instead of allowing them to display in record order or alphabetically.
Here is a technique for solving this problem. This example uses a drop down list box on a dialog component, but the technique works equally well with a list box on a grid component.
- Open a UX as an alternate editing view for current record
Open a UX component in a pop-up window, or in a DIV on the current page, to edit the record currently being edited in the Grid or UX component.
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- Adding Images to a Tree Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Tree Control/Adding Images to a Tree Control.xml
You can specify that the tree control should show images next to each entry in the tree. In addition, you can specify different images for when the branch of the tree is closed and when it is open.
To use images in a tree control, you specify the list of images to use in the format string (i.e. between the % ?.% delimiters in the control definition. The syntax for specifying the images is:
- UX Component
/documentation/pages/Client/Guide/Design/View/Grid/UX Component - Older Page.xml
This is an older UX Component page that gives a general overview of the builders categories, properties, and features. For a more current description of the UX builder visit the other UX Component page.
- Creating a Tree Control Based on a Set
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Creating a Tree Control Based on a Set.xml
This example shows how to create a tree control that shows the contents of a set. The set has four levels, as Described in this picture.
- Grid Component Builder - Setting Default Properties
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Grid Component/Grid Component Builder Setting Default Properties.xml
The Options, Set Default Properties command in the Grid Builder has always allowed you to set default properties for the Grid when you create a new Grid. However, if you created a new Grid from a Template, the default properties that you set were not honored. They were only honored if you created a blank new grid. Now, the default properties are used even if you use a template. This makes it much easier to customize the Grid builder for developers whose native language is not English.
- Dialog Component - Advanced Tab Control
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Component/Dialog Component - Advanced Tab Control.xml
Requires the Dialog Component - Advanced Tab Control feature pack, included in subscription
- Drop Down Tree Control Syntax
/documentation/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/UI Functions/XDialog/Controls/Tree/Drop Down Tree Control Syntax.xml
The formatting string %S=BLR% is used to specify that a tree control should be displayed with the familiar boxes and lines.