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Fernand St-Georges
Posted: 04/25/2007, 5:21 PM

Hi

my CodeCharge version is in French so I do not have always the correct
expression to use. I have two tables underlying two editable windows.

Now, I'm facing a problem of forcing a default value in the first window,
while instead of a text box, I have a label that shows the value. The value
is calculated from a trigger fired inserting, updating or deleting from
anonther table in the database. The user should not be able to put any
value in the related column of the database. I need a forced insert coming
from the application to set the value to "0".

Is there any manner of setting this value from the application while I have
a label on the column.

thanks

Fernand

mamboBROWN


Posts: 1712
Posted: 04/25/2007, 8:17 PM

Fernand St-Georges
This is not the right forum for your question. Please try posting it in the correct forum (PHP or ASP.NET or Perl or JAVA or etc...). I am sure someone can help you.
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peterr


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Posted: 04/26/2007, 12:40 AM

Fernand,
I will be deleting this thread since this is a wrong forum (thanks, mamboBROWN for your help here), but generally a Label is not updateable by nature if this is what you mean. You'd need to use Hidden control to update anything.
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