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A method is described to define a single window to provide the designer a mechanism to define multiple lines of titles/instructions and repeated rows.
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Method to Provide Repeated Rows Definition
A method is described to define a single window to provide the designer a
mechanism to define multiple lines of titles/instructions and repeated rows.
Within panels, the designer may define repeated rows to insert multiple rows
of like information into the database. In order to make these rows resemble and
interact in the same way as this type of information in other areas of the
interface, it is necessary to allow the user to define a scrollable array that is
enclosed in a box. This box of information needs to allow the designer to specify
a title, instructions, and the rows in which to repeat the fields for data entry. The
title and instructions are non-interactive, while the fields are interactive when the
panel is executed. This presents a problem with order and the type of information
to present to the designer while preparing the panel.
In the new method, the designer is presented with a pre- structured window
when the repeat rows function is requested. This window contains the box
outline itself, a default line with a title of repeat rows, and a line of .....'s to indicate that this line is the line in which to define the fields for the repeat rows. If
the user requests the insert function in the title line, they are presented with a
blank line in which they may type instructions or titles. If the user requests the
insert function while in the row of .....'s, they are presented as a line exactly like the line above...