Re: save option
<Jean.Stachler <at> crown.com>
2004-10-01 13:53:38 GMT
Yes, you are right. I have built in the code so that if something isn't
right, they get the message box and the field that needs to be updated with
information is where the cursor goes to. The user can add their data and
than they can again press the save button and all is well for them.
Ron.Devereux <at> init
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Just a thought, if you just set the SaveOptions field to "0" in the
QuerySave, the document would close without saving any of the users input.
Which is why I use the QuerySave in combination with the QueryClose. Users
could get a tad fed up if they have been editing a large document for about
20 minutes, and then lose all the work because they have not entered data
in a solitary field.