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    Hide Row..Exit...Item based on version?

    I have an application with 7 versions. In the application, there is a Row exit to another application. Our users want that row exit to only show up on half of the versions for that application. Do you know how I could do this programmatically?

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    Not too difficult. First, add a processing option to the application's PO template, or create one if necessary. In this example, make the new option a character type like EV01. Then use event rules similar to this to selectively hide or show the row exit. I would usually put this in the "Post Dialog is Initialized" event:
    If PO cHideStuff_EV01 is equal to "1"
    Disable Control(HC R&ow Exit To Hide)
    Else
    Enable Control(HC R&ow Exit To Hide)
    End If

    Hope this helps!
    Regards,
    Kim Schmidt

    - E1 9.1.4 ,TR 9.2.2 , iSeries, DB2
    - formerly Xe, 8.0, SQL Server, Oracle

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    Is it inappropriate to add type 6 records to F00950 to disallow the row exit for *ALL for the selected versions from which you want the row exit removed? No programming required.

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    No it is not inappropriate at all , but it is not a good way of doing it . Version level security is common and is done , but it has maintenance . I would support what Kim suggested above to have it controlled via processing option or say a udc setup or something and have it controlled that way .

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