How to Write a Charting Application For a Web Service
/pages/HowTo/Charts/Writing a Charting Application From a Web Service.xml
Charts can be created based on data from a Web Service. Using Xbasic callbacks, data from a web service such as Yahoo! Finance can be retrieved and used to populate a data series in a Chart control.
How to List All Cookies for a Web Application
/pages/HowTo/Web Applications/List Cookies.xml
Listing cookies in a web application can be done using the Context.Request.Cookies object.
Creating a Grid Component - Tutorial
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Introducing the Grid Builder/Tutorials/Creating a Grid Component - Tutorial.xml
Covers a range of topics including selecting a database, creating a grid component, selecting data to use and display in the component, and how to view the component in a browser.
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.
Prompt for a Filename
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Prompt/Prompt for a Filename.xml
The Prompt for a Filename action will prompt the user for a filename and store it in a variable.
Using a Layout Table Report
/pages/Guides/Report/Layout Table Reports/Using a Layout Table Report.xml
Previewing, printing, saving, and E-mailing the report and embedding a layout table report as Xbasic and HTML in an A5W page.
Dividing a Report into Columns
/pages/Guides/Report/Design Techniques/Dividing a Report into Columns.xml
Alpha Anywhere lets you split the detail section, a group section, or the entire report into two or more columns. This lets you make better use of space on a page and to save paper. When you divide a section into columns, all edit regions within the section are divided into columns.
Copying Selected Text from a Memo Control
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Copying Selected Text from a Memo Control.xml
The following example shows how to copy selected text from a memo control. The script then pastes the copied text into a different text control on the same form.
Editing a Layout Table Report
/pages/Guides/Report/Layout Table Reports/Editing a Layout Table Report.xml
Editing a Layout Table Report is somewhat different from editing a Free Form Report, although many operations, such as adding a field to the report, are the same for the two types of report. For general information about Free Form reports, see Report Topics. When editing a Layout Table Report, however, you must think in terms of rows and columns and regions, as though you were working in a spreadsheet or HTML table — which, in fact, may be your ultimate targets for the report.
How to Export a Report to Excel, Word, Ascii, or Custom Format
/pages/HowTo/Reports/Export Report to Excel.xml
Reports can be exported to an Excel file format using the "Advanced Export to Excel, Word, HTML, or Ascii using a Report Definition" Action Javascript action. The Advanced Export to Excel action can generate an Excel file from a Layout Table Report. In addition to Excel, Advanced Export also supports exporting a Report to Word, HTML, Ascii or a Custom format defined using an Xbasic function.