- FEDEX_Delivery_Status Function
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Data Type/Character Functions/Formatting Functions/FEDEX_Delivery_Status Function.xml
Contacts the FedEx web site and looks up the status of the specified tracking number
- SetApplicationDeploymentStatus Method
SetApplicationDeploymentStatus sets the status for an application deployment belonging to the current subscription, account and application.
- ups_delivery_status Function
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Utility/Addressing and Tracking Functions/ups_delivery_status Function.xml
Contacts the UPS web site and looks up the status of the specified tracking number
- ui_status_info_get Function
/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/UI Functions/Miscellaneous/ui_status_info_get Function.xml
Returns Statusbar quickdraw based on selected sections.
- A5WS_LockOutUserStatus Function
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Web/Web Application/Application Functions/A5WS_LockOutUserStatus Function.xml
Determine if a specific UserValue is locked out. Returns blank if UserValue not locked out, and returns 'locked out until time' as character if locked out.
- Text Box Formatting Codes
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Text Box Formatting Codes.xml
The following table summarizes the formatting options for text boxes. Some of these codes turn the text box into a "smart" field. A smart field has an icon at the right edge of the text box. When the user clicks on the icon, a pop-up window helps the user fill in a value into the text box. Other of the formatting codes transform the text box into a special kind of text box. The formatting options are:
- RTF.SHOW_CODES Function
The .SHOW_CODES() method toggles the display of formatting codes on and off.
- Insert Key Codes
/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/Insert Key Codes.xml
Clicking Code > More Genies > Insert Key Code when in the Code Editor displays the Insert Key Codes dialog box. This utility generates the code sequences needed to represent control keystrokes on the keyboard.
- User-defined Error Codes
/pages/Troubleshooting/Debugging/User-defined Error Codes.xml
Alpha Anywhere has had a CallResult object since A5 Version 8. As of Version 11, we have reserved the error code range from 20000 to 24999 for User-defined Error Codes.
You may define your own error codes by editing Alpha5.errors. We recommend keeping a backup of your additions so that you can easily merge them into any future versions of Alpha5.errors that we release.
- Response Object
The Response object is used with the Alpha Anywhere Standard Application Server. To access the Request object in the Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS, use the [Context.Response] object.