not really ,because they will be entering data. For example, they can
enter a last name, then tab to the zip code field, enter data, and hit
enter (at which point the search should execute based off the contents
of the last name and zip code fields), or, more simply, they may just
want to enter a la...
Actually, I cannot execute my code on the exit event of the field,
because a user should be able to tab out of the field without executing
the code, but should be able to "enter" within the field to execute.
Both the tab and the enter execute the exit event. So the exit event
won't work in this case...
Interesting, thanks. - the field is a single line text field. Tabbing
out of the field takes me to the next field, but hitting the enter key
makes the cursor go away and does not position to the next field.
Although the exit event is still fired. Cool for now, thanks.
Paul, that's not what I'm talking about... The first part of our form is
a search interface - so a user can enter a last name and hit the enter
key - and if so, I want the search to be executed. Right now they havce
to click a button to execute the search. I'd also like the enter key to
Hi Parth, Yes, I discovered this. Interesting tid bit: I embedded the
schema to the form, moved it to workbench, and when I created the
xfaForm variable, and then clicked on the "schema settings" button in
the xfaForm variable dialog, another dialog displayed that the schema
was invalid (it wasn't, ...
Jono, not sure I understand. In our fragment, we have a "fragmentScript"
Sure - we have a "commonScriptObjects.xdp" fragment that we keep all of
it, then use the following reference to point to the script object://GET
A HANDLE TO THE SCRIPT OBJECTvar commonScript =
The comment block works, but I think this question stems from the use of
RAD - People that are used to RAD (Eclipse) are accustomed to selecting
multiple lines of code and then typing "CTRL-/" to comment multiple
lines, each line having the "//".