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problema de smartbar

Publicado por uan (1 intervención) el 23/11/2007 03:31:32
saludos
Estoy desarrollando una aplicacion sencilla en form
1. cree un module forms y enlace un module menu
2. el menu hace llamadas a otros forms de la aplicacion
3. en dichos forms no he modificado la propiedad Menu Module (DEFAULT&SMARTBAR)
por que eso es lo que quiero. que use la barra de herramientas por defecto
pero cuando ejecuta la forms principal la que tiene el menu y luego desde esta algo el llamado a otras forms . la sorpresa es que no muestra DEFAULT&SMARTBAR definida.

como puede solicionar esto sin tener que crear mi propia barra.
de antemano gracias Ayuda por favor es por trabajo como puedo solucionar esto haciendo seteando alguna propiedad?
gracias
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RE:problema de smartbar

Publicado por Rodrigo (102 intervenciones) el 23/11/2007 20:34:05
CALL_FORM built-in
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Description

Runs an indicated form while keeping the parent form active. Form Builder runs the called form with the same Runform preferences as the parent form. When the called form is exited Form Builder processing resumes in the calling form at the point from which you initiated the call to CALL_FORM.

Syntax

PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER,
data_mode NUMBER);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER,
paramlist_id PARAMLIST);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER,
paramlist_name VARCHAR2);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER,
data_mode NUMBER,
paramlist_id PARAMLIST);
PROCEDURE CALL_FORM
(formmodule_name VARCHAR2,
display NUMBER,
switch_menu NUMBER,
query_mode NUMBER,
data_mode NUMBER,
paramlist_name VARCHAR2);

Built-in Type unrestricted procedure
Enter Query Mode yes

Parameters

formmodule_name The name of the called form (must be enclosed in single quotes). Datatype is VARCHAR2.
display HIDE (The default.) Form Builder will hide the calling form before drawing the called form.

NO_HIDE Form Builder will display the called form without hiding the calling form.

switch_menu NO_REPLACE (The default.) Form Builder will keep the default menu module of the calling form active for the called form.

DO_REPLACE Form Builder will replace the default menu module of the calling form with the default menu module of the called form.

query_mode NO_QUERY_ONLY (The default.) Form Builder will run the indicated form in normal mode, allowing the end user to perform inserts, updates, and deletes from within the called form.

QUERY_ONLY Form Builder will run the indicated form in query-only mode, allowing the end user to query, but not to insert, update, or delete records.

data_mode NO_SHARE_LIBRARY_DATA (The default.) At runtime, Form Builder will not share data between forms that have identical libraries attached (at design time).

SHARE_LIBRARY_DATA At runtime, Form Builder will share data between forms that have identical libraries attached (at design time).

paramlist_id The unique ID Form Builder assigns when it creates the parameter list. You can optionally include a parameter list as initial input to the called form. Datatype is PARAMLIST.
paramlist_name The name you gave the parameter list object when you defined it. Datatype is VARCHAR2.

ejemplo
call_from(nombreforsm,no_replace)

CALL_FORM('lookcust', no_hide, do_replace, query_only);
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