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pblpeepericons-browsetabpage.jpg Browse Page

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The purpose of the browse page is to view what portions make up each object and to view the contents of those portions. The left panel is a tree of PBLs, objects and their portions. The right panel displays the contents of the portion selected in the left panel. The up arrow will move both panels to the ancestor of the currently selected object, if one is available. The down arrow operates similarly to a browser's "Forward" button, returning the panels to the descendant portion only if the currently displayed portion was arrived at by pressing the ancestor/up arrow button. When an object is selected, its comments appear in the microhelp line. Objects may have a second icon to qualify its definition (e.g. object u_dw may have both a user object icon and a DataWindow icon).


Available menu items

pblpeepericons-print.jpg  Print [Ctrl-P]

Print will bring up a selection list of options.             

Print object/portion’s contents

Will produce a “printout” of the object/portion currently selected in the left panel, plus any portions beneath it in the tree (for example, if a PBL is selected, a print out for all objects in the PBL will be produced). A dialog for print parameters, including the print destination such as Printer or Rich Text Window, will be produced. See also the Print Options Window documentation.

Print entire tree

Prints the tree (left panel) as currently displayed.

Print tree from selected item

Prints a subtree of the tree (left panel) from the currently selected item.

pblpeepericons-quickfind.jpg  QuickFind

The QuickFind for this treeview works the same as the standard QuickFind, except that before searching, PBLs are populated with object lists if they haven’t been already. This ensures that all object names are available for QuickFind.

When focus is on the treeview (left panel), the standard user interface in the upper right corner appears.

When focus is on the right panel, quickfind searches for a match of the selected text.


Available alternate mouse button menu items – Left panel

Find...

 

QuickFind

Activates the QuickFind interface.

Find in this object

Search for one or more strings in the selected object.

Find elsewhere

Search for the name of the selected item in other objects.

Copy

 

Name

Copies the name of the current element to the clipboard.

Qualified Name

Copies the name, qualified from the PBL name to the current element, to the clipboard.

Prototype

If the current element is a script, copies the script prototype.

Subtree

Copies the text representation of the current subtree to the clipboard

Contents

Copies the contents of the object to the clipboard.

Title/Contents

Copies the name and the contents of the object, separated by two line feeds, to the clipboard.

Go to Data Set Column

Jumps from the DataWindow column to the corresponding data set column.

Go to Default DW

If a design time default dataobject has been assigned, focus is moved to that DataWindow object, if found.

Print

Print will bring up a selection list of options.  

Entity

Will produce a “printout” of the object/portion currently selected in the left panel, plus any portions beneath it in the tree (for example, if a PBL is selected, a print out for all objects in the PBL will be produced). A dialog for print parameters, including the print destination such as Printer or Rich Text Window, will be produced. See also the Print Options Window documentation.

Tree

Prints the tree (left panel) as currently displayed.

Subtree

Prints a subtree of the tree (left panel) from the currently selected item.

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