023 INVALID Error
Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:48 AM
However if the users "chooses" to double click the row, I get the error 023-INVALID-DATA NOT NUMERIC, if I change to Lookup mode only I get the message - INVALID MODE FOR SCREEN.
Is there anyway of filtering out these messages to stop the user seeing them?
Interestingly if I put a user message in the after write field on the primary table for the paging screen I get not error at all!
Posted 19 August 2010 - 07:30 PM
I also recall seeing this issue on earlier versions of 6.2. We are on 220.127.116.11 and do not experience this issue. It may be worth taking a look at the latest release notes.
Posted 21 August 2010 - 01:17 AM
- Is this a paging screen inside a function (and are there other fields in the PS), or the paging screen of a ComboBox?
To enable the Paging screen to work correctly I have set it up with Lookup and Change mode, with Change as the default.
- If it's the latter, you might be inheriting the valid modes from the calling function.
INVALID MODE FOR SCREEN
- So...Leave the UMSG in there . UMSG('')
I put a user message in the after write field on the primary table for the paging screen I get not error at all
ITF...Screen shots (Modes, Logic In Code, Field Info, etc...) help alot for people who read your posting to possibly figure out what the issue is. The more info you can provide regarding your problem, the better/faster/more accurate answer you'll receive. It's better to provide too much info than not enough. If you don't, you're forcing readers to make assumptions about how your code works that may take us down a different path than if you had provided more information.
Edited by andykay, 21 August 2010 - 01:20 AM.
Posted 22 September 2010 - 11:30 AM
As a work around I have converted the key in "after read" logic to an alpha field and everything works as it should.
Interestingly enough the Data driven combo box has a similar issue it is not able to handle a table with a Numeric key, once again the solution is to convert it to an alpha and then back to a numeric when you need it again.
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