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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: DBGrid OnClick event

    Hi every body
    how to put 'OnClick' event in the DBGrid
    such that , clicking on a specific record , to open a new form with the same record

    thank you in advance .

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    Any suggestion ?

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    If you're hoping to get some sort of useful reply, it might be useful to ask more question.

    You don't say which language, or environment, you're using. That would be a start. DBGRID might be a variant of BASIC, or it might be a library used by various things, which might be implemented differently.

    It might also be a help to say what you've tried, and what happened.

    Also, you might offer a little piece of code where the DBGRID is invoked, where maybe options other than 'OnClick' might be being set.

    Or maybe you think everyone here is a mindreader??

    geoff

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    It's good to find someone to reply here , even when he is speaking about mindreaders and so
    I also did a mistake (I thought that this forum is specialist for Longtion RAD Builder)
    Ok forgive me everyone

    now my question is : is there a way to get the onclick event in DBGrid ? in RadBuilder ?

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    OK, enough information to at least start.

    First of all, I don't think there is a specific forum for your system, so where you've put it is prob as good as anywhere. Although the system seems to be related to other systems?

    I know nothing about this system. So I looked on the web using Google.

    I assume you tried that?

    I found a page for 'Longtion' which gives some detail about the system, including some mention of DBGRID and OnClick. I see there is some help and tutorial available about the system there. I assume you've checked that.

    I note that this general page shows an example regarding DBGRID and OnClick. This suggests that (I assume, using Rt Click on the actual control) you can call up 'Properties' for the control and select or activate OnClick, and attach specific commands to this, which will then activate when you click. So the process does seem to be there, and appears to be quite simple to establish.

    Depending on what you need to happen OnClick may determine how easily you can do it. Is it something you can set up within the basic system, or will you need to 'programme' something (I see the blurb proclaims that 'No Programming is Required!!).

    Have a look at the above things, and get back if need be. With more detail as appropriate.

    Geoff

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    I have googled for sure , but couldn't find something help my problem
    I may be missed the pages you are talked about , so if you put a link for them
    that would be very kind of you .

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    I didn't save or note the link.

    Just go into Google, and search for 'dbgrid onclick rad builder' and one of the first few results listed will be one from Longtion. Just go into that.

    Geoff

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    There's no action for DBGrid.

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    Sorry, I don't know what you mean.

    If you've tried to set something, and it doesn't work, then it would be helpful if you indicated what you've tried to set, and how.

    As far as I understand it, there is NO action for OnClick until you activate something, by enabling OnClick and attaching a suitable action to it. On the basis of what was on the web page I referred you to, there must be examples of some sort within the tutorial. There's a sort-of example just in the advert/blurb.

    You've got the system in front of you. You've got a massive advantage over anything I can do. If you want me (or someone else) to help you, then you've got to help me. Your last comment 'There's no action for DBGrid' is frankly no help at all!

    Geoff

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    Sure you gave me a great help, at least you guide me to use Google
    also the pages
    >>GeoffB17 :I didn't save or note the link

    I would like to tell you that I am using Longtion application builder version 5.21.0.720
    is that make any sense ?
    in that version I couldn't find any thing about how to activate
    simply there's no option for activate the action you referred to .

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    The on-line brochure for the application refers to RADBuilder version 3.13 - that seems a quite different format to the 5.21.0.720 that you refer to.

    I've just been into the tutorial relating to adding Onlick to a button.

    A VERY detailed simulation of doing it. is there. Also available, OnDoubleClick (maybe names are not perfect)?

    So you can certainly do what you're asking about.

    BUT..

    What to you wish to enable OnClick on. A button, or something else?

    And - what do you want the OnClick to do?

    Maybe the OnClick is available, but not to do what you want??

    Maybe, again, you should offer more information? It's 01:30 am here, my bed is calling, and my mindreading is worn out!!



    geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffB17 View Post
    What to you wish to enable OnClick on. A button, or something else?

    And - what do you want the OnClick to do?

    Maybe the OnClick is available, but not to do what you want??

    Maybe, again, you should offer more information? It's 01:30 am here, my bed is calling, and my mindreading is worn out!!
    Seriously ?!

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    Hm, still questions, and few answers.

    Firstly, you previously suggested you were using RADBuilder. Then later, you refer to Application Builder 5.21.0.720. As far as I can tell reading the Longtion web site, these are two different systems, and while there is, I'm sure, a LOT of overlap, there may also be a lot of differences. Which one are you REALLY using?

    There may be certain options that apply to one, and not the other?

    Both, however, seem to use DBGrid.

    Following through the tutorials accessed via http://www.longtion.com/ and then to either RADBuilder or Application Builder, there are references, and specific tutorials, regarding setting up DBGrid. Both of these seem to refer to setting up 'Actions', which appear to be a different name for OnClick (note some of the example screens are headed 'Actions(OnClick)'. There are also various other things that can be done via other options. If I knew what you're trying to achieve, maybe I could help further.

    Otherwise, I would suggest that you would be better trying 'support@longtion.com', who may be in a better position to help you.

    But I'm sure that they too will need some information to go on too.

    Best of luck.

    Geoff

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    OK
    thanks Geoff

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    To the Op, i understand how difficult it is to find solutions by just searching regarding this platform. Its quick and easy to learn but i think that's the draw back of "no programming kinda required" software like longtiong RadBuilder or Application builder. Dont get me wrong because we're on the same boat, I've been using this for a couple of months for different projects and for some functions that ive wanted to achieve took me tons of searches and trial & error by myself. That being said and sorry for the long intro, have you achieved already what your trying to do? Maybe we can help each other as I'm still stuck on one of my project.

    By the way i am using Longtion RadBuilder Version: 3.10.0.423

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