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Events managed by default
Versions 20 and later
WINDEVLinux The internal windows are now available for the WINDEV applications in Linux.
New in version 20
WINDEVLinux The internal windows are now available for the WINDEV applications in Linux.
WINDEVLinux The internal windows are now available for the WINDEV applications in Linux.
Caution: Do not confuse "Internal Window control" and "Internal window": the "Internal window control" is a type of control while the "Internal window" is a type of window.
Versions 17 and later
WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile manage the following events by default for the "Internal Window" controls:
EventRuntime condition
Selection by swipeInternal window with browse by swipe.
Run once the new internal window was displayed and loaded.
After loading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run after the "Global declarations" and "Initializing" events of the new internal window.
This event allows you, for example, to initialize controls or to restore values in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.
Before unloading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run before the closing event of the initial internal window.
This event is used, for example, to save the values present in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.
New in version 17
WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile manage the following events by default for the "Internal Window" controls:
EventRuntime condition
Selection by swipeInternal window with browse by swipe.
Run once the new internal window was displayed and loaded.
After loading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run after the "Global declarations" and "Initializing" events of the new internal window.
This event allows you, for example, to initialize controls or to restore values in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.
Before unloading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run before the closing event of the initial internal window.
This event is used, for example, to save the values present in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.
WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile manage the following events by default for the "Internal Window" controls:
EventRuntime condition
Selection by swipeInternal window with browse by swipe.
Run once the new internal window was displayed and loaded.
After loading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run after the "Global declarations" and "Initializing" events of the new internal window.
This event allows you, for example, to initialize controls or to restore values in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.
Before unloading the internal windowRun when the internal window is changed by ChangeSourceWindow. This event is run before the closing event of the initial internal window.
This event is used, for example, to save the values present in the internal window.
ChangeSourceWindow must not be used in this event.


WINDEV and WINDEV Mobile manage the following events by default for the Internal Windows:
EventRuntime condition
Declaration of global variablesDeclaring the variables global to the window. This is the first code run when opening the window.
This code is run before the declaration code of the global variables of the host window (window in which the internal window is included).
You can, for example, call a procedure of the internal window from the declaration code of global variables of the host window.
End of initializationRun when the window is opened.
The events are run in the following order:
  • Initializing the window controls
  • Initializing the window
  • Gain of focus
ClosingRun when closing the window.
Remark: Resuming the input in one of the window controls in this code prevents from closing the window.
Versions 20 and later
WINDEV Request for refreshing the display
New in version 20
WINDEV Request for refreshing the display
WINDEV Request for refreshing the display
Used to group the code for updating the window controls: content of controls, state (visible, grayed, etc.), caption to refresh, etc.
This event can receive parameters. Simply declare a procedure in the event. For example:
// Request for refreshing the display
PROCEDURE AskForRefresh(RefreshType is boolean)
This event is started upon request by the following functions:
When these functions are called, you can specify the value of the parameters expected by the event.
EntryOptional event:
Run when the cursor enters in the Internal Window control.
ExitOptional event:
Run when changing control (when going from the Internal Window control to another control of the window).
Whenever modifiedRun whenever the control content is modified
Assigning the ..Value propertyRun whenever the ..Value property is assigned to the internal window (direct assignment or assignment performed by Value). This code is used to retrieve the parameters passed to the internal window for example.
Retrieving the ..Value propertyRun whenever retrieving the ..Value property of the internal window. This code allows the internal window to return a value to the window that hosts the Internal Window control.
Optional events

Overview

Several optional events can be managed. To add an optional event:
  1. Select the requested control.
  2. Display the code window of this control (F2 key).
  3. Click the link "Add other events to xxx" at the bottom of the window code, after the last event.
  4. All the optional events available for the control are displayed.
  5. Check the optional event to add and validate.
    Remark: You can select several optional events.
  6. The selected optional event is automatically added to the events managed by the control.
To disable an optional event, simply perform the same operations to display the list of optional events. Then simply uncheck the optional events to delete.
Remark: If the disabled code contains WLanguage code, this code is automatically deleted.
You can manage, for example:
  • the mouse hover over the control,
  • left mouse button down, up, with a double click,
  • right mouse button down, up, with double click,
  • the mouse wheel, etc.
For more details, see Optional events.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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