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How to focus on first column when starting 'add row' in a proces flow?

  • 29 November 2022
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Normally when I press the ‘Add’ button, the cursor is located at the first column in the form (or the @cursur_to_col_id). This doesn't happen when I start ‘Add row’ from a process flow. 

How can I get the same result? 

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Best answer by Erwin Ekkel 2 December 2022, 16:34

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I believe this to be a bug. Could you report this in a TCP ticket so we can investigate this further?

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@Andre te Raa you can ignore that I first misread the question that's why I edited my reply. Please hold as I asked around my team for input on this problem. I'll get back to you as soon as possible. 

 

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@Erwin Ekkel  The question in the email is "What are the refresh options set on the subject? ”. The subject is not automatically refreshed. 

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The document opens from the menu. It opens a form in add mode. 

The default procedure is executed and the cursor_to_col_id is filled. 

EXEC def_clock_in_out_with_code
     @default_mode = 0,
     @import_mode = 0,
     @cursor_from_col_id = null,
     @cursor_to_col_id = 'token_code',
     @selected_clocking_type_ind = null,
     @token_code = null,
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I tested this with an add row and it works as expected. Can you show the process flow? There might be some actions before or after that cause this behaviour.