PRB: SHOW WINDOW <Window Name> REFRESH with Browse Window

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SYMPTOMS

The error "Window <window name> has not been defined" occurs when the SHOW WINDOW <window name> REFRESH command is used to REFRESH a Browse window.

CAUSE

The window is being referenced by the incorrect name.

RESOLUTION

There are two ways to refresh a Browse window with the SHOW WINDOW <window name> REFRESH command. The first way is to use the TITLE name defined by the BROWSE command:
   USE customer
   BROWSE TITLE "My Browse"
   SHOW WINDOW "My Browse" REFRESH  && Causes refresh
				
If the Browse window was not defined with a TITLE, you can use the name of the database being browsed as the window name:
   USE customer
   BROWSE
   SHOW WINDOW customer REFRESH  && Causes refresh
				
It does not matter how the BROWSE command was issued (whether in the BROWSE, BROWSE WINDOW, or BROWSE IN WINDOW commands) or if the window's title is the one that appears on the screen.
   USE CUSTOMER
   DEFINE WINDOW browwind FROM 1,1 TO 23,79 TITLE "Window Title"
   ACTIVATE WINDOW browwind
   BROWSE IN WINDOW browwind TITLE "Browse Title"
   SHOW WINDOW "Browse Title" REFRESH   && Causes refresh
				

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Article ID: 95726 - Last Review: February 28, 2014 - Revision: 2.1
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Visual FoxPro 3.0 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft FoxPro 2.5b
  • Microsoft FoxPro 2.5a
  • Microsoft FoxPro 2.0
  • Microsoft FoxPro 2.5b for MS-DOS
  • Microsoft FoxPro 2.5a
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