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The button with "navigate" stops working inside the collection.

I place the button on the page, I enter "Navigate (EditScreen)" in the OnEnable field, I launch the application and after clicking the button moves me to the editing screen.
I make the exact same button inside the collection so that each record has such a button and with the help of the button I can edit the records in a separate window. But she does not work! Even just the Navigate (EditScreen) button ignores me and clicks.
Does the collection need to be written differently than Navigate (EditScreen)?

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Re: The button with "navigate" stops working inside the collection.

Hi @uk141 ,

Do you mean that you put the button inside the form and the button can not work?

If so, could you tell me your form's mode?

Please that:

1)If the button's mode is edit, it is valid. If the button's mode is view, it will become disabled.

2)The children's mode will change with parent's mode.

So, if your form's mode is edit/new, the button's mode will become edit.

If your form's mode is view, the button's mode will become disabled.

Here's my two advice:

1)set the form's mode to edit or new

2)put the button outside the form, then the button's mode will not be affected by the form's mode.

 

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: The button with "navigate" stops working inside the collection.

Hi @uk141 ,

Do you mean that you put the button inside the form and the button can not work?

If so, could you tell me your form's mode?

Please that:

1)If the button's mode is edit, it is valid. If the button's mode is view, it will become disabled.

2)The children's mode will change with parent's mode.

So, if your form's mode is edit/new, the button's mode will become edit.

If your form's mode is view, the button's mode will become disabled.

Here's my two advice:

1)set the form's mode to edit or new

2)put the button outside the form, then the button's mode will not be affected by the form's mode.

 

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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