Now I am really confused.  I just went to check this out, but first I
checked to be sure I knew exactly what wasn't working right, and the darn
thing worked.  Very slow, but correctly.  Which of course leads to the
next 2 questions:

1) Why does it run slow?  and,

2) Ok, now I can use mouse clicks to drop down a window with a sub file of
valid choices for a field.  Additionally, I can then  select the subfile
record that I want to provide data for the the field.  What I'd like is a
scroll bar or paging mechanism on the subfile window to scroll through the
file with the mouse.  Any suggestions for that, or samples to look at?


I do like the idea of having a mouseable screen for users without going to
client-server.


In <354A3BE3.6CCA19EC@ssax.com>, on 05/01/98 
   at 04:17 PM, Phil Hall <hallp@ssax.com> said:

>Booth,

>> Here is code that almost works.  Anyone have an idea what I am missing?
>>
>>   A                         RTNCSRLOC(&RECID &FLDID)
>>   A                         MOUBTN(*ULP *ULD CF04)
>>   A    RECID     10A  H
>>   A    FLDID     10A  H
>>
>> (The goal is to tell an RPG program the field name that the mouse cursor
>> is in when the mouse is double-clicked.)
>>

>Just a thought, does your display station support 'hot-spots' ? Or if
>you're using Rumba/Elite/CA/etc have you turned them on ?

>--phil



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