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as I can block a form ?

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if I have a form1 and clicking a button a new form2 opens , as I do so that it can not perform actions on the form1

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former_member201110
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Hi Marlon,

If you are using SBO 9.2 then they have built in a new method to call a modal or child form (there's now a property called Modalitiy in the FormsCreationParams object which is used when you call the AddEx method of the Forms object of the LoadBatchActions of the Application object).

If you are using a version earlier than 9.2 then there is no modal form property so you have to write code that traps any events that are happening on your parent form and blocks any changes if the child form is open. There are some examples of how to do this if you search this forum.

Kind Regards,

Owen