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Execution Order of Powerbuilder Events

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Outside of an Powerbuilder event calling a TriggerEvent or PostEvent, is there any documentation on the executional order of the events in a Powerbuilder window. What event is called first, then second, etc...... I can find documentation on what each event does, but not the natural order of these events. Is there any such order?
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Order of events has never been documented except for a few exceptions as it is subject to change.Sybase recommends not to rely too heavily on the event order as they can be revised in newer versions.
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