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stopping on-click in BeforAction

Posted on 1998-05-19
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Does anyone know how to stop a TDbNavigator.OnClick event happening depending on certain conditions examined in the BeforeAction? It seems setting a flag and doing an abort might be the best.  Tom.
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by:Waldek
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Hmm , Do I good understand You ? Check Abort procedure :}
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Pegasus100397 earned 50 total points
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Tom,

If button = nbPost then
     If Edit1.Text = '' then      {Required value left out!}
         Begin
          Showmessage('Must enter a value!');
          ABORT;
         End;

Good luck with your project!
Pegasus
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by:tomcorcoran
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Pegasus, thanks a lot, I tied the abort in the onclick based on a flag set in beforeaction and stupidly never tried the abort in the BeforeAction.
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