Hello,

How can I determ wich component (panel or grid) is under the mouse pointer when 'right-click' event occurs? I use api_component.getRightClickPoint() to get mouse coordinates, but can't apply api_application.getFocusedComponent(), cause of there is a blank space on the panel.

Thanks, Andrew

asked 12 Nov '13, 06:41

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edited 13 Nov '13, 00:53


Hi Andrew,

If you want to make the distinction between a grid and a panel you can implement a generic procedure which determines if the right clicked object is a grid or panel:

procedure rightClick is
  v_event_t api_event.t_event;  
begin
  v_event_t := api_application.getEvent;

  if v_event_t.objectType_cd = 'Panel' then
    api_application.showpopupmessage('rightClicked panel name: '||v_event_t.objectName_tx);
  elsif v_event_t.objectType_cd = 'Grid' then
    api_application.showpopupmessage('rightClicked grid name: '||v_event_t.objectName_tx);
  end if;

end;

Then, you should define a rightClick event for each grid and panel and use the procedure above as the action code:

<panel>
  <events>
    <rightClick action="rightClick"/>
  </events>
  <tableLayout>
    <row>
      <cell hAlign="Full" vAlign="Full">
        <grid name="grid" dataSource="yourDS">
          <events>
            <rightClick action="rightClick"/>
          </events>
          ...
</panel>

Hope this helps,
Ibrahim

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answered 12 Nov '13, 15:04

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Hi Ibrahim,

api_application.getEvent() - ok!

Thank you

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answered 13 Nov '13, 00:53

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