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Want to add a check box on a form and when the check box is checked , One field will enable on the form below the check box.
Where I can write the code to do so and what line of code I will write to attain my goal.
are you familiar with the Datasource >> field >> modified() method? You have to write a line of code here. NewField.enabled(Datasource.Field == "your condition");
Search for examples in another standard form. (Eg: SalesTable)
Can you please tell me exactly where in the SalesTable form.
CODE for enable and disable field.
public void modified()
if (SST_CustIDDetails.Payed_sst == true )
The first question is whether the controls (the checkbox and/or the field) are bound to datasource fields or not.
Yes the controls are bounded to data source field.
Then yes, the code above will work. Just don't forget that you need to call the same thing from active() as well, therefore you should extract it to a separate method. Like this:
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