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Hi, Im trying to change the menu item label, i've tried:
but it still doesnt change, please help. Thanks!
Where exactly did you put this coding? What exactly is this dialog about? Have you also synchronized the database after the build? Potentially, also try to restart the IIS service.
I put it inside the main method of my controller class
am i doing this correctly?
Edit: Yes, I have tried restarting my IIS and deleting my browser's cache.
By default the dialog should show the label of your menu item that points to the controller class. Perhaps you could try removing all your code that you use to change it, and see if it already works without any development.
You can set the title of the dialog in the controller class by calling parmDialogCaption method before you call startOperation.
public static client void main(Args args)
controller = new MyController();
You can set the caption directly in the property.
And make sure the label “@GLS60128” works exactly.
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