Card Script Not Firing

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Mar 18 10:58:17 EDT 2008


Hi Len,

If you stack is hidden, it is open already, so openCard and openStack  
won't work. You might use the resumeStack message:

on resumeStack
   doMyOpenCardScript
end resumeStack

on openCard
   doMyOpenCardScript
end openCard

on doMyOpenCardScript
   -- the script you would otherwise have in
   -- the openCard handler
end doMyOpenCardScript

Best,

Mark

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Op 18-mrt-2008, om 15:52 heeft Len Morgan het volgende geschreven:

> I feel so stupid today!  I have a stack that I use like a dialog  
> that brings up several configuration fields in my app.  It is  
> called from the menu button at the top of the app with:
>
> go stack "IMS Configuration"
>
> There is only one card on this stack.  I have just added a couple  
> of fields that I need to query the database and get two numbers to  
> put in the fields when the config stack is displayed.  I tried an  
> "openStack" message (in both the stack and in the card scripts), I  
> tried an "openCard" script.  None of them are getting called.
>
> I changed my "call" to go to card 1 of stack "IMS Configuration"  
> and got the same result.
>
> What handler to I need to put and where so that every time the  
> stack is opened, it can get the most up-to-date info from the  
> database (actually, made visible - it's always open, just hidden)?
>
> I know this is Rev 101 kind of stuff but I'm a little stumped right  
> now.
>
> len morgan





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