|fill in radio button||07/22/11 07:22 PM|
I have an internet application that lists customer orders. The orders
are either approved or unapproved. There are 3 radio buttons at the top
of the page for 'approved' , 'unapproved', and ' all orders'
When someone logs in to look at their orders we automatically show ONLY
unapproved orders but the radio button for 'unapproved orders' is not
filled in so they think they are seeing all orders. The end user would
like the radio button for unapproved filled in. How do I do this?
Sounds like a simple question but, I am fairly new to GeneXus.
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|You assign the value for unapproved to the radio button var in the Start Event.
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|Initialize the variable used in the condition with a value.
If I understand correctly you have three variables (can work but don't
You should have only one variable and in the control type declare it as a
radio button with three options. Use the same values will read from the
table as the values in the radio button for approved and unapproved make
sure you add an empty value also.
Condition the read with .like.
StatusAttr .like. &StatusVariable;
What Willy answered in his email is correct, but I would add:
Remember that in WEB the Start event get executed always , meaning in a GET
and in a POST of the page, so each time to click somewhere on the screen,
the radio button will get initialize with the value you have in the start
event, so in order to avoid this, you will have to:
1) Create a variable of the type HttpRequest , in my sample &httpreq
2) in the start event add
If &httpreq.Method = 'GET'
&yourRadioButtonVariable = 'yourInitialValueHere'
This way the radio button will get initialized only once.
Remember this slide from the GeneXus training?
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On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Tammy Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sorry but, I really don't remember this slide from training. I barely
remember what I did last month.
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