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Stored procedures
..WindowIfNew is used to find out and modify the name of internal window to open if the end user opens a new pane in a dynamic Tab control.
Example
TAB_DynTab..WindowIfNew = "IW_Document"
TAB_DynTab..CaptionIfNew = "New tab"
Syntax

Finding out the name of the internal window used for a new dynamic pane Hide the details

<Result> = <Tab control>..WindowIfNew
<Result>: Character string
Name of the internal window used when creating a new pane in a dynamic tab.
<Tab control>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of Tab control to use.

Modifying the name of the internal window used for a new dynamic pane Hide the details

<Tab control>..WindowIfNew = <New Internal Window>
<Tab control>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of Tab control to use.
<New Internal Window>: Character string (with quotes)
Name of the internal window that will be used when creating a new pane in a dynamic tab.
Remarks
  • The caption of the new pane is defined:
    • in the description window of control ("Details" tab).
    • by programming with ..CaptionIfNew.
  • If the internal window expects parameters, use the "Pane creation" process and TabOpen to define the internal window to open.
Minimum required version
  • Version 20
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