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On 18/01/2012 09:38, blesko wrote:
I edited mdlExecReport and added a function OpenAllergyReport, which is a
duplicate of OpenReport().
maybe you must rename your new function to "OpenReport"

This works when I access the macro from the toolbar - in both the DB object
and an exported .odt form (where I hoped to put the button). It's throwing
one error for line 305 (not optional??), but it still opens the report :-)
"not optional" means there is a parameter missing when calling the function

But I cannot run it from the button. I may be configuring the button
incorrectly. On the General tab, I have Action : none, then on the events
tab I have Execute Action mdlExecReport-mdlOpenAllergyReport. If not, maybe
a button isn't the way to go?
trie first to use the original button with a renamed function and i hav my doubt about "mdl"OpenAllergyReport because tour new function is named

"OpenAllergyReport" and not "mdlOpenAllergyReport"



Any suggestions?



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