if I were to bind a textbox to Character01 on the Order Entry Screen, by default I would need to start a new order before that field becomes active and can be filled). Row][" Field1&quo t;] = " ABC"; Param View[Param View. If they are bound to certain fields the form will need to be active before they can be used (ie. In certain circumstances a blank rowmod will result in the application not processing anything when an Update() is called." id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl21_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="5250984" / Each row of data in an Epi Data View has a Row Mod value attached to it. Row][& quot; Row Mod"] = "U"; That's all you need to do. Row returns the row number for the currently active row in the system.
My Problem: When I "setfocus" on the textbox, which is called txt Other, the cursor just blinks in the center, but I cannot actually type in the textbox until I actually click within the textbox.
Again, seems very unlikely but I suppose still a possibility. Can you tell me more about using your code on the Part form (and Part Adapter)?
I can't really find the notify method under Part Adapter.
When SSRS creates the Name property for a textbox, SSRS tries to be helpful & use the field name. It’s also common to have many textboxes named something like “Textbox1” and “Textbox2.” Although I like my reports to be tidy, I’ve not been terribly disciplined in the past about cleaning up the textbox names, except in these situations: By default, exporting to a CSV (comma separated values) format will utilize the textbox names for each column heading.
Rather than seeing useless column headings like this.... We’d rather see well-named column headings such as this: The “Name” property can be updated within the Properties Pane: Or, it can be updated within the Property Pages: Taking just a bit of time to update each Name property provides a really nice benefit for end users, should they use CSV export functionality.