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class CSPX.EnsMsgSearchForm extends %Library.RegisteredObject, %CSP.Util.AutoForm

An autoform for gathering Message Filter info

Property Inventory

Method Inventory


parameter DOMAIN = Ensemble;
Use our own domain for localization


property MaxRows as %Integer (MINVAL = 1);
Property methods: MaxRowsDisplayToLogical(), MaxRowsGet(), MaxRowsIsValid(), MaxRowsLogicalToDisplay(), MaxRowsNormalize(), MaxRowsSet()
property Query as %String (CAPTION = "Query", MAXLEN = 500);
Message status
Property methods: QueryDisplayToLogical(), QueryGet(), QueryIsValid(), QueryLogicalToDisplay(), QueryLogicalToOdbc(), QueryNormalize(), QuerySet()


classmethod CreateInstance(ByRef pID As %String) as %CSP.Util.AutoForm
Number of rows to display
classmethod DrawHTMLForm(pObj As %RegisteredObject, ByRef pID As %String, pActionURL As %String = "", ByRef pButtons As FormButton, pTarget As %String = "") as %Status
Draw an HTML form for this form object.
pObj is an instance of the form object that provides the initial values for the form.
pActionURL is the URL to submit this form to.
pButtons is an array of submit buttons to display for the form. If not provided, the default Save and Cancel buttons are shown. pButtons is an integer-subscripted array of FormButton objects.
classmethod OnDefineButtons(ByRef pButtons As %CSP.Util.FormButton)
define buttons
method OnSubmit(ByRef pID As %String, pSubmit As %String) as %Status
Inherited description: This callback is called when this form is submitted. pID is the ID value associated with the form. The default implementation will perform a Save if the AutoForm is a persistent object.
pSubmit is the name of the submit button (i.e., $AUTOFORM_SAVE).

Inherited Members

Inherited Methods