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
/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/AlphaCloud/Client/SetApplicationDeploymentStatus Method.xml
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:
/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/Layout/RTF/RTF.SHOW_CODES Method.xml
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.