- Creating a Script to Print a Report for a Selected Record
/documentation/pages/Desktop/Tutorial/Design/View/Database/Creating a Script to Print a Report for a Selected Record.xml
In this example, you will create a script that prints out a mailing label for a particular customer. The script will prompt the user for the customer's name. This script will be a Global Script. as you will recall, a Global Script appears in the Control Panel in the Code tab, and can be run by double-clicking the script name, or clicking the Run button.
- How To Print a Report Containing the Currently Selected Records
- Select a Report to Print
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Generating Reports/Select a Report to Print.xml
The following Xdialog box provides a convenient list of available reports to print.
- Creating an Action Script for a Button on a Form
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic Action Scripting/Introduction/Creating an Action Script for a Button on a Form.xml
The scripts we've been working with so far are not associated with any particular "events." To run the "Lesson1" script, you double-click it in the Control Panel. This script is called a Global Script because it can be run at any time.
- Creating Labels for a Set
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/Set/Creating Labels for a Set.xml
If you are creating a Label layout for a set, and your set contains one or more one-to-many links, by default you will get only one Label for each primary record in your set. If you want to get a separate Label for each child linked to the primary table, you can choose a different addressee table.
- Using Action Script to Select a Record and Display a Form
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic Action Scripting/Records/Action Scripting - Selecting a Record and Displaying a Form.xml
Button3 runs an Action Script that is partially controlled by a value on the form. The script has a single action that displays information about the product selected on the invoice line item in the embedded browse. Since they are both views of the same set, the Product_id field is synchronized with the browse.
- Using a Query to Find a Record
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Workspace/Using a Query to Find a Record.xml
The following script shows how a query works. First, we open a table and set the query dot variable parameters. In this case the default record order is fine. We only filter for records where the field Bill_State_Region equals "MA". Finally, we create the query list.
- Creating a Table and Exporting Selected Records to the Back-End
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/SQL/Creating a Table and Exporting Selected Records to the Back-End.xml
The following script selects records from the Alpha Sports customer.dbf table and writes them to a new table named "CustomerX" in the Access AlphaSport.mdb database.
- Passing a Record from a Grid to a Dialog
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Grid/Passing a Record from a Grid to a Dialog.xml
Web publishing applications only. The problem is the following. You have selected a record in a grid and now want to display it in a separate page containing dialog component. The solution to the problem lies in the fact that you can set default values for a dialog component's variables in the URL of the page that loads the dialog.
- Creating a Property Grid for a User-defined Component
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Custom/Creating a Property Grid for a User-defined Component.xml
One way to create a Property Grid for a User-defined Component is to use the Property Grid builder in Action Scripting to generate the markup. This is invoked by creating a New Script (using Action Scripting), adding a new action, and selecting Xdialog Windows|Display an Xdialog Box.