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Create Dynamic Form

Posted on 2004-09-28
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Hi all Experts,

I got a project, i used the tree view to be the menu, In the nodes i store the "form name" from database into the node.tag.
So when i click on the node, i return the tag, so i know which form to be call.
Example i got three form name
frmabout, frmLogin, frmHow
for the easy way is

if node.tag = "frmabout" then frmabout.show
if node.tag = "frmLogin" then frmLogin.show
if node.tag = "frmHow" then frmHow.show

if i got 100 form then i need to write 100 statements...

so can i combine allstatement to one? Just dynamic the code to be used to calling all forms.

Thanks....

Max
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Dim frm As Form

Set frm = Forms.Add(node.tag)
frm.Show
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by:MaxTo
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Hi AzraSound,

The function u privide is work, but it will appear more than one form for the particular form, how i can make it just show one, and if it was open and not active then how i can make it to be active form?


Thanks..

Max
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by:MaxTo
ID: 12176788
Hi AzraSound,
Thanks for your help....

I found the solution.


Max

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by:AzraSound
ID: 12176791
Public Function GetOpenForm(ByVal FormName As String) As Form
    Dim frm As Form

    For Each frm In Forms
        If frm.Name = FormName Then
            Set GetOpenForm = frm
            Exit Function
        End If
    Next
End Function



Dim frm As Form

Set frm = GetOpenForm(node.tag)
If frm Is Nothing Then
    Set frm = Forms.Add(node.tag)
End If
frm.Show
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