i would like to have an AFTER dirty event but on dirty is actually just before it's dirty - that's why we have the cancel.
how do i simulate the AFTER dirty event?
here's what i'm trying to achieve.
1) form is continuous form and form's me.allowadditions is false
2) user clicks a button "Add Row" and me.allowadditions becomes true
3) here's the problem:
when the user dirties the form, and the control's value is already updated, i want to automatically set the me.allowadditions to false again.
so from a UI perspective, the user sees that he / she clicks on "Add Row", when they start typing in the control or selecting a value from the combobox and the value is committed to the control, there is no extra row below that suddenly pops up.
if allowadditions is true, everytime we add a row, another row below will immediately appear. i want to stop that extra row from popping up.
essentially, when the user wants to add a row, i want him / her to always have to click on "Add Row".
how can i achieve this guys? thanks!! = ))
P.S. i cannot insert a me.dirty = false in the on dirty event because me.dirty is already false in the on dirty event - once again thus the option to cancel the dirtying of form