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  • $cinst.$clientcommand("subformset_formchange",wRow)

    Posted by Gav on October 26, 2023 at 7:35 am
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    During my presentation on subformsets at Euromnis, a use case that is not currently attainable was discussed: if your jsClient application wants to close a subform, then open another in a single action, it cannot be done within the same method stack.
    i.e. We have

    Do $cinst.$clientcommand(“subformset_formremove”,row)
    Do $cinst.$clientcommand(“subformset_formadd”,row)

    However, if we execute these sequentially, only one $clientcommand is ultimately performed. If this will be an ongoing restriction, then a new clientcommand is required:
    Do $cinst.$clientcommand(“subformset_formchange”,row)

    rowVariable = row(setname, uniqueID, classname, params, title, left, top, width, height, modal)
    where uniqueID is the ID of the subform that is to be closed and replaced by a new subform specified in the remainder of the params.

    Gav replied 7 months ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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