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Posted on 2011-04-21
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I use execute button for one of my forms and I use
when  button pressed trigger
If:system.Mode = 'Normal' then
Do_key('Enter_Query');
else
Do_Key('Execute_Query');
End if;
but when I first open the form and  pressed the button it execute the query immediately. I don't know why.
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it means :system.Mode is abnormal :)
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kidding, did you check the value of :system.Mode before this command? what does it show?
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