Member variable XbpDialog():modalResult Foundation
Specifies the result of a modal dialog.
The instance variable :modalResult specifies the result of a modal dialog. Applications typically use one of the pre-defined result values shown in the table below:
|XBP_MRESULT_NONE||No result value available, modal dialog is active|
|XBP_MRESULT_OK||Default button (Ok) has been pressed|
|XBP_MRESULT_CANCEL||Cancel button has been pressed|
|XBP_MRESULT_RETRY||Retry button has been pressed|
|XBP_MRESULT_YESTOALL||Yes to All button has been pressed|
|XBP_MRESULT_ERROR||An error occured while processing modal dialog|
Modal dialogs are displayed using method :showModal(). This method executes until a result value has been determined for the modal dialog. To terminate :showModal(), the result value of the dialog must be assigned to instance variable :modalResult. Any value except the constant XBP_MRESULT_NONE qualifies as a valid result for a modal dialog. As long as the value XBP_MRESULT_NONE is contained in the :modalResult instance variable, method :showModal() continues to be executed.
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