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Posted on 2011-03-15
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I have 4 tabs in a infragistics tab. if there is no data then the tab returns 0 rows and the tab is not enabled.

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 If Not sqlDR.Fill(ds) = Nothing Then
            Me.SecondTab.Tabs(2).Enabled = True
            SecondTab.SelectedIndex = "2"
        ElseIf sqlDR.Fill(ds) = Nothing Then
            Me.SecondTab.Tabs(2).Enabled = False

        End If

how can I return a message if all 4 tabs are enabled = true

I used a label but seems not to be working, and this happens onload
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Which page event is this code executed (e.g. page_load)
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Dim bEnabled As Boolean = True

have this piece after you enable or disable your tabs.

            For Each ucTab As Infragistics.Win.UltraWinTabControl.UltraTab In utcTest.Tabs
                If Not ucTab.Enabled Then
                    bEnabled = False
                End If
            Next

If bEnable = true --> All tabs are enabled
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Above code is just an idea and is for windows forms.
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