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Re: ANNOYING ALERT! [message #80261] Fri, 30 August 2002 13:21
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Registered: August 2002
Junior Member
What if you created a variable like :global.button_pressed.
Initially set it to 'No'.
In your WHEN_BUTTON_PRESSED trigger, the first thing you should do is set the variable value to 'YES'.
In the rest of your code do this:

If :global.button_pressed = 'No' Then
v_alert := show_alert('alert_name');
end if;
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