Hi folks,

is it possible to SHOW/HIDE button (set attribute to VISIBLE) created from IDE at runtime before displaying a panel/tabpanel?

For example, I have defined a grid toolbar, with "Insert" (Create New record) button on "TestGrid panel". I would like to display it only if a parameter CanInsert = 1, otherwise do not show this button. [code]

<cell width="20">
        <button name="create" tooltip="Create New" icon="/icons/mainframe/create.png">
          <events>
            <buttonPress action="Create"/>
          </events>
        </button>
      </cell>

How can I do this? What's the package name, which manages buttons, text-fiels, etc ...

Kind regards, Tomas

asked 03 Jul '12, 23:42

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Hi Tomas,

The package which manages Formspider components(like buttons, textFields, etc..) is api_component, you can set or get component's attributes through this package.

To set button's visible attribute at runtime, you can use api_component.setVisible API. For example, to hide a button named "create" existing on a panel named "TestGrid";

api_component.setVisible('TestGrid.create', 'N')

Kind Regards, Ibrahim

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answered 04 Jul '12, 00:17

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edited 04 Jul '12, 00:18

Hi Ibrahim,

thanks for reply. Yes, this is the package I was looking for.

Thank you! Tomas

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answered 04 Jul '12, 02:27

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