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Properties

The following table lists the class properties. The properties listed include the standard Visual FoxPro class properties that the VPM Enterprise class uses and the VPM Enterprise custom properties. Where appropriate, the Comments column of the table describes a property and provides suggestions for its use.

Property & Initial Value

Comments

Standard Properties Used:

 

BackStyle = 0

 

Height = 68

 

Name = “image_”

 

Width = 68

 

Custom Properties:

 

cEnabledExpression = “”

Can be filled with an expression that is evaluated by the form’s EnableDisableToolbarControls method as each ISA record is displayed. The result of the evaluation (.T. or .F.) is placed in the form/toolbar control’s Enabled property.

cEnabledOnlyWhenNew Expression = “”

Can be filled with an expression that is evaluated by the form’s EnableDisableControls method when the record that is bound to the control is new. The result of the evaluation (.T. or .F.) is placed in the control’s Enabled property.

i_cUse_ID = “”

A two-character ID used by the multilingual functionality to provide for the unique translation of a control’s properties.

i_lOverrideDragIcon = .F.

Used by the multilingual functionality to bypass the translation of the DragIcon property value.

i_lOverridePicture = .F.

Used by the multilingual functionality to bypass the translation of the Picture property value.

i_lOverrideToolTipText = .F.

Used by the multilingual functionality to bypass the translation of the ToolTipText property value.

lEnableDisableControl = .T.

If .T., means that this control participates in the enabling/disabling of controls by the edit mode.

lEnabledOnlyWhenNew = .F.

If .T., means that the control is only enabled when the record is new, and is disabled after the record has been saved.

Methods

The following table lists the class methods. The methods listed include the standard Visual FoxPro class methods that the VPM Enterprise class uses and the VPM Enterprise custom methods. Where appropriate, the Comments column of the table describes a method and provides suggestions for its use.

Method

Comments

Standard Methods Used:

None

Custom Methods:

None

 

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