The cWebToolBar class is used as a wrapper for your web application's toolbars. A toolbar is designed to host and group the buttons of a toolbar located in the command bar area of your web application.
A toolbar should be located inside your application's command bar object (see cWebCommandBar). A command bar will contain, at most, one menu bar object (cWebMenuBar) and any number of toolbars (cWebToolBar). Menu bars and toolbars are, in turn, constructed from nested menu item objects (cWebMenuItem).
When positioned like a control, items that do not fit inside the toolbar are now automatically placed inside a submenu.
Object oFindToolBar is a cWebToolBar Object oFirstMenuItem is a cWebMenuFindFirst End_Object Object oPreviousMenuItem is a cWebMenuFindPrevious End_Object Object oNextMenuItem is a cWebMenuFindNext End_Object Object oLastMenuItem is a cWebMenuFindLast End_Object Object oPromptMenuItem is a cWebMenuPrompt End_Object Object oMessageItem is a cWebMenuItem Set psImage to "Click.jpg" Set psTooltip to "Click Me Please!" Procedure OnClick Send ShowInfoBox "This button was clicked!" End_Procedure End_Object End_Object
The above sample demonstrates a toolbar (cWebToolBar) containing six buttons.
Five of the button objects use special subclasses of cWebMenuItem, for example cWebMenuFindNext. These subclasses are pre-fabricated to perform a single task (in this case request the focused view to find the next record).
The Web Framework uniquely identifies each web object via a combination of the object hierarchy (object nesting), and object name. This means that web object names must be unique within their parent (i.e. each sibling web object must have a unique name).
Your cWebToolBar objects must be placed within a command bar object (cWebCommandBar).