The name of an index or query list. A NULL ("") string the form's sort order to record number order.
Select an index or query.
The <OBJECT>.INDEX_SET() method applies to:
- Browses (for <OBJECT> use either the <BROWSE> pointer or the name of the browse)
- Forms (for <OBJECT> use either the <FORM> pointer or the name of the form)
The <OBJECT>.INDEX_SET() method selects an index or query list as the primary index. This method is a wrapper for <TBL>.INDEX_PRIMARY_PUT().
This script is attached to a button on a form. It sets the form's sort order to record number order:
This script is attached to a button on a form. It displays a dialog with a list of indexes and queries, and allows the user to select an index/query.
dim list[count] as C t = table.current() 'count the number of indexes/queries count = 1 while (t.index_name_get(count) != "") count = count + 1 end while count = count - 1 'create an array with the index names for I = 1 to count list[I] = t.index_name_get(I) next i index_name = ui_get_list_array("Choose an index", 1, "list") parentform.index_set(index_name)
For more examples, see the <FORM>.FIND() method.
Desktop applications only.