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Defaultfocus User Property In Siebel – Continued

Default Focus user property is used to put  default focus on specific column of an list applet. We recommend reading article  Introduction of Default Focus user property before going through the details of three user properties under DefaultFocus Applet user property in Siebel. 

There are three user properties to set the default focus in siebel. 

1. DEFAULTFOCUS_EDIT               2. DEFAULTFOCUS_NEW            3. DEFAULTFOCUS_QUERY

 

1. DEFAULTFOCUS_EDIT

This applet user property sets the field or control within an applet that receives focus when the applet is in Base, Edit, or Edit List mode.
Value: The name of a field or control on the applet, not enclosed in quotes.
Usage: For example, this user property could be set to Last Name to give default focus to the Last Name field on an applet in Edit mode.
If the DefaultFocus_Edit user property is not added to an applet, then no field or control typically is default focus when the applet is in Base, Edit, or Edit List mode.
You can inactivate this user property or modify its value. You can create new instances of this user property, but do not create more than one instance for an applet.

2. DEFAULTFOCUS_NEW

This applet user property sets the field or control within an applet that receives focus when the applet is in New mode.
Value: The name of a field or control on the applet, not enclosed in quotes.
Usage: For example, this user property could be set to NewRecord to give default focus to the New button on an applet being used to add a new record.
If the DefaultFocus_New user property is not added to an applet, then the first field in the applet typically is default focus when the applet is in New mode.
You can inactivate this user property or modify its value. You can create new instances of this user property, but do not create more than one instance for an applet. 


3. DEFAULTFOCUS_QUERY

This applet user property sets the field or control within an applet that receives focus when the applet is in Query mode.
Value: The name of a field or control on the applet, not enclosed in quotes.
Usage: For example, this user property could be set to First Name to give default focus to the First Name field on an applet in Query mode.
If the DefaultFocus_Query user property is not added to an applet, then the first field in the applet typically is default focus when the applet is in Query mode.
You can inactivate this user property or modify its value. You can create new instances of this user property, but do not create more than one instance for an applet.

 

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