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Navigator Button "@if"  usage

Posted on 2002-04-11
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I have setup an @if statement like this:

@If(@IsMember("[Teamleads]"; @UserRoles);
@Command([OpenFrameset]; "chgmgtFrameset");
@Failure("You are Not Authorized to Use this Function."))

I have also setup it up the opposite using @IsNotMember.
Is the use of @if valid in navigators, I do not get any response or frameset open when I test the nav button.  Any ideas???
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Don't Use @Failure.  Try @Prompt instead. Anyways you dont have any operation right ?

@If will work on Navigators for sure!

Good Luck!
Arun.
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Hello Arun,
I knew this was an easy one.  I must be brain dead this afternoon.  It worked with prompt.
Thank You !!!
Paul
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Thanks Again !!
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No Problem!
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