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Pinned topic Changing Field Exit key

‏2007-11-01T15:42:26Z |
I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I forgot
to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on the keypad).
I went into the project properties and made the change. Do I have to
reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?

Rob

Updated on 2007-11-02T17:15:09Z at 2007-11-02T17:15:09Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Changing Field Exit key

    ‏2007-11-01T16:45:18Z  
    Rob White wrote:
    > I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I forgot
    > to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on the keypad).
    > I went into the project properties and made the change. Do I have to
    > reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?
    >
    > Rob

    Hi Rob,

    You should be able to just change it in the project properties and all
    will be fine. There is no need to recompile to pick up the changed
    field exit key code.

    Mike
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Changing Field Exit key

    ‏2007-11-01T19:37:15Z  
    Rob White wrote:
    > I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I forgot
    > to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on the keypad).
    > I went into the project properties and made the change. Do I have to
    > reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?
    >
    > Rob

    Hi Rob,

    You should be able to just change it in the project properties and all
    will be fine. There is no need to recompile to pick up the changed
    field exit key code.

    Mike
    "M.Hockings" <hockings@ca.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:472A029E.1040006@ca.ibm.com...
    > Rob White wrote:
    >> I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I
    >> forgot to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on
    >> the keypad). I went into the project properties and made the change. Do
    >> I have to reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?
    >>
    >> Rob
    >
    > Hi Rob,
    >
    > You should be able to just change it in the project properties and all
    > will be fine. There is no need to recompile to pick up the changed field
    > exit key code.
    >
    > Mike

    Thanks, Mike. I did a small scale test and it worked great.

    Rob

  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Changing Field Exit key

    ‏2007-11-02T17:15:09Z  
    "M.Hockings" <hockings@ca.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:472A029E.1040006@ca.ibm.com...
    > Rob White wrote:
    >> I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I
    >> forgot to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on
    >> the keypad). I went into the project properties and made the change. Do
    >> I have to reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?
    >>
    >> Rob
    >
    > Hi Rob,
    >
    > You should be able to just change it in the project properties and all
    > will be fine. There is no need to recompile to pick up the changed field
    > exit key code.
    >
    > Mike

    Thanks, Mike. I did a small scale test and it worked great.

    Rob

    Rob White wrote:
    > "M.Hockings" <hockings@ca.ibm.com> wrote in message
    > news:472A029E.1040006@ca.ibm.com...
    >> Rob White wrote:
    >>> I created and converted my WebFacing project only to discover that I
    >>> forgot to change the Field Exit Key from Ctrl to 107 (the plus sign on
    >>> the keypad). I went into the project properties and made the change. Do
    >>> I have to reconvert the entire project so it will use the new key?
    >>>
    >>> Rob
    >> Hi Rob,
    >>
    >> You should be able to just change it in the project properties and all
    >> will be fine. There is no need to recompile to pick up the changed field
    >> exit key code.
    >>
    >> Mike
    >
    > Thanks, Mike. I did a small scale test and it worked great.
    >
    > Rob

    Good.

    BTW, you will find that they field exit code is just an application parm
    in the web.xml :

    <context-param>
    <description>Field exit key code</description>
    <param-name>WFFieldExitKeyCode</param-name>
    <param-value>Ctrl</param-value>
    </context-param>

    Mike

    PS. when I previously said "recompile" I meant "reconvert" but I'm sure
    you understood :-)