- Displaying Google Maps in List Rows
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/List/Displaying Google Maps in List Rows.xml
You can add a static google map to each row in a list that is generated from geographic information
in a database.
- Displaying Multiple Tables with a View
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Displaying Multiple Tables with a View.xml
The Web Component Builder provides two methods for displaying data from multiple tables. The View technique combines fields from 2 or more tables in one-to-one relationships.
- Displaying Data from a Set
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/Set/Displaying Data from a Set.xml
This script demonstrates how you can use an Xdialog box to display data from a set. It shows data from the invoice.set in the AlphaSports sample application.
- Conditionally Displaying Panes on a Tab Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Conditionally Displaying Panes on a Tab Control.xml
The panes in a tab control can be turned on and off, depending on whether a condition is true.
To conditionally show a pane in a tab control, use the following syntax for the tab control:
- Displaying Reports in Web Applications
- Displaying Dynamic Help When Clicking on a Label
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Displaying Dynamic Help When Clicking on a Label.xml
Create 'hot labels' in Xdialog boxes. When the mouse is over the label, the label is underlined, indicating that the label can be clicked. When you click the label, a popup window appears, in which you can define help. Use HTML syntax to create beautifully formatted help. Even use a CSS style sheet to define a consistent look.
- Displaying Selected Lookup Table Records (Filtered Lookups)
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Displaying Selected Lookup Table Records, Filtered Lookups.xml
If you want to be able to choose from a subset of lookup table records, you can build a filter expression. Records that do not satisfy the filter do not appear in the lookup window.
- Displaying List Box Entries in Color
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Properties/Displaying List Box Entries in Color.xml
To specify that the list box rows should be displayed in color, specify the font color in the owner-draw format string as follows:
- Displaying a Form as a Dialog Box
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Displaying a Form as a Dialog Box.xml
A dialog box is a window that is displayed to the user. The dialog box typically asks the user for some input. The dialog box is modal, meaning that the user must first close the dialog box before proceeding.
There are several techniques in Alpha Anywhere for displaying dialog boxes, such as designing a message box (which uses the UI_MSG_BOX() function), designing an XDialog box (which uses the UI_DLG_BOX() function), or prompting for input (which uses the UI_GET_TEXT() function). Another way in which you can display a dialog box is by opening a form as a dialog box.
- Displaying Driving Directions on a Map Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/Map/Displaying Driving Directions on a Map Control.xml
When you place a map on a UX Component you can call any of the various methods that map object exposes.
There are quite a few different methods exposed by the map object. In this example we show how the .plotRoute() method can be used topic
display a route and driving directions for a starting and ending address.