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#1: Input error on Data Entry in a related window

Posted on 2008-04-15 05:01:58 by Steven

Hi all,

I have a database that allows a user to press a button then another
window pops up with check boxes for them to choose items from. These
items are from a related field based on a list. Once the checkbox items
are selected (or deselected) the user closes the window and these
several items are displayed in a text box in the original window. It
works but-- in a new blank record I get this error as soon as I try to
click in one of the checkboxes:

"This record cannot be modified in this window because it is already
being modified in a different window"

I click OK in the error dialog. Now if I hit the Enter key, I can go
back click the button which opens the window and pick checkboxes. No
other fields have any data in them and it does not seem to matter
either way. As far as I know no other windows are open except the
orignial.

I hope I am explaining this well. Any ideas? Thanks

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#2: Re: Input error on Data Entry in a related window

Posted on 2008-04-15 10:27:02 by Grip

On Apr 14, 9:01 pm, Steven <sm...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I have a database that allows a user to press a button then another
> window pops up with check boxes for them to choose items from. These
> items are from a related field based on a list. Once the checkbox items
> are selected (or deselected) the user closes the window and these
> several items are displayed in a text box in the original window. It
> works but-- in a new blank record I get this error as soon as I try to
> click in one of the checkboxes:
>
> "This record cannot be modified in this window because it is already
> being modified in a different window"
>
> I click OK in the error dialog. Now if I hit the Enter key, I can go
> back click the button which opens the window and pick checkboxes. No
> other fields have any data in them and it does not seem to matter
> either way. As far as I know no other windows are open except the
> orignial.
>
> I hope I am explaining this well. Any ideas? Thanks

You need a "Commit Record/Request" script step in your script. Place
it before you navigate away from the window with the new record.

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#3: Re: Input error on Data Entry in a related window

Posted on 2008-04-19 07:16:42 by Steven

On 2008-04-15 01:27:02 -0700, Grip <grip@cybermesa.com> said:

> On Apr 14, 9:01 pm, Steven <sm...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I have a database that allows a user to press a button then another
>> window pops up with check boxes for them to choose items from. These
>> items are from a related field based on a list. Once the checkbox items
>> are selected (or deselected) the user closes the window and these
>> several items are displayed in a text box in the original window. It
>> works but-- in a new blank record I get this error as soon as I try to
>> click in one of the checkboxes:
>>
>> "This record cannot be modified in this window because it is already
>> being modified in a different window"
>>
>> I click OK in the error dialog. Now if I hit the Enter key, I can go
>> back click the button which opens the window and pick checkboxes. No
>> other fields have any data in them and it does not seem to matter
>> either way. As far as I know no other windows are open except the
>> orignial.
>>
>> I hope I am explaining this well. Any ideas? Thanks
>
> You need a "Commit Record/Request" script step in your script. Place
> it before you navigate away from the window with the new record.

Thanks!! That worked.

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