11-05-2010 12:22 PM
I've been browsing the net for weeks now trying to find a way the get a message to prompt when exiting SalesLogix, confirming that you really want to exit the program. Is this possible? Version 188.8.131.524
11-05-2010 12:34 PM
In Windows/LAN there really is no single event you can trap on to do that.
In fact, years ago the system did have a hard-coded "really quit" prompt.. nobody liked it and it was removed from the product..
AFAIK the only way you can do this is to create a "wrapper" program that launches SalesLogix.. and trap in the "wrapper". However, I don't believe it will give you what you want.
12-14-2010 08:55 AM
It all depends on how you quit.
If you want to quit through the menu there is an easy way to get that messagebox.
Write a script that shows the messagebox with a Yes and a No button.
If Yes then the next line will be Application.BasicFunctions.DoInvoke "Function", "FileClose"
Add a MenuBar which overwrites the function in the Standard Menu.
Just a thought...