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Stored procedures
Returns the handle of the active window or activates a window. This window was not created by WINDEV.
Notes:
Example
// Identify the active window
ResActive = SysWinActive()
Syntax

Identifying the active window Hide the details

<Result> = SysWinActive()
<Result>: Integer
  • Handle of the active window.
  • NULL constant if an error occurs.

Activating a window Hide the details

<Result> = SysWinActive(<Window Handle>)
<Result>: Integer
  • Handle of the previous active window.
  • NULL constant if an error occurs.
<Window Handle>: Integer
Handle of the window to activate. This handle is returned by SysWinHandle.
Remarks
Windows Mobile

Operating mode in GO mode and at run time

In GO mode (simulation on the development computer), the window must be found on the development computer.
At run time, the window must be found on the Pocket PC.
The differences between GO mode (simulator) and real use are presented in Differences between GO mode and real use.
Related Examples:
WD Jump lists Training (WINDEV): WD Jump lists
[ + ] JumpList in Windows 7

A JumpList is a menu accessible from the Start menu or from the application icon in the taskbar.
It is used to display the documents recently or frequently opened by the application. It is also used to display the specific tasks.

This example handles images and some operations are directly accessible from the JumpList.
Components
WINDEVReports and Queries wd230std.dll
Windows Mobile wp230std.dll
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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