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Hi all,

A GUI is created in HTMPComposer, on the GUI, there is a radio button that has values "Y" and "N". How am I going to check to see which value has been selected: "Y" or "N" by the user?

Thanks,
Pku

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Thanks,
Pku

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As its javascript , it is probably better to check with a javascript forum, or W3C Schools.

But you will have to check each object in the radio button group to see whick is checked.


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You may try using IbComposer_getCurrentSelection function. When using an HTML Composer radio group control ID as parameter it will return the value corresponding to the currently selected one.

Some basic examples may be found in the Tech Documentation section at IBI's support website. Look for DN 4501002.0511 - Designing a User Interface for a Web Application With the HTML Composer 7.7.03.



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Thanks, Waz.
I have no issue with that if the GUI is designed in plain html.

Thanks, njsden.
The IbComposer_getCurrentSelection function works great.


Thanks,
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