Creating a Previous Values Lookup
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Creating a Previous Values Lookup.xml
The Previous Values lookup is a great way to dynamically build a choice list from values that have already been entered. In a table containing product information, you might define a Product type field with a Previous Values lookup. Since the number of product types is limited, once you enter several product records, you can select the value from the list instead of typing it in. Many parameters available with the other lookup styles are available for use with a Previous Values lookup, including the ability to display lookup choices in a drop-down list box. If you selected "Conditional Table Lookup", optionally, un-check Display as Drop-down list box if you would like the choices to appear instead in a pop-up dialog box. Refer to Comparing Drop-down Lists and Popup Dialogs.
Creating the NewLogin.A5W Page
/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/A5W/Creating the NewLogin Page A5W.xml
Web publishing applications only. The NewLogin.A5W page will contain a login component. It will ask for the user's login and password. If the login is successful, it will redirect the user to the DemoNavigator.A5W page.
Designing Reports for Sets with One-to-Many Links
/pages/Guides/Report/Design Techniques/Designing Reportsfor Sets with One-to-Many Links.xml
When you run a report, Alpha Anywhere treats a set as a single, composite table. For example, you have a set that links accounts to their respective debits and credits. For each record in the Account table, the Debits table can have multiple charges, and the Credits table multiple payments, Set Diagram:
Report topics in Alpha Anywhere:
Printing Images in Reports
/pages/Guides/Report/Printing Techniques/Images in Reports.xml
Images stored in a database can be displayed in a report. This includes images stored as blob, base64, or image file reference fields as well as SVG and Ink data. Composite images can also be generated from picutre and ink data and shown in a report.
Creating a Button with a Hyperlink
/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Web Component Controls/Creating a Button with a Hyperlink.xml
There are two ways to create a button with a hyperlink.
Creating and Programming Hotspots with Xbasic
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic/Creating and Programming Hotspots with Xbasic.xml
Many of the forms in the AlphaSports application have a set of images in the lower right corner. At first, you might think these were buttons with image labels. In fact, they are actually composed of two layered images and a set of Hotspots. A hotspot is similar to a button without a visible component. It is a rectangular region that responds to an OnPush event and will run either an Action Script or Xbasic code.
Information about the Amyuni PDF Printer driver shipped with Alpha Anywhere.
Creating and Using an Email Smart Field
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/FieldRules/Creating and Using an Email Smart Field.xml
Email0 is an Alpha Anywhere Email Smart Field. It provides a convenient method of inputting, editing, and using an email address. Email0 combines a Type-In control and a button. Clicking the 'moving letter' button displays the Send Email dialog box and copies the contents of Email0 the To field of the new email message in the Alpha Anywhere internal email client.
Creating and Assigning a Startup Form
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Creating and Assigning a Startup Form.xml
The term Startup Form refers to the form which automatically appears when a workspace is opened. You can use any form from any table or set as a Startup Form.