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Write, compile, and run a graphical application that creates, modifies, and reports on data stored in a database.

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13. Actions

Giving users choices: Actions

Examine action events, action handlers, and action views and how they are used to give users choices.

Action attributes and the action default file (.4ad)

Centralize action attributes to standardize your code and ease user interface development.

Default action views and frame positioning

Determine whether you want default action views to be built for you and where they should be located on the user interface.

Enabling and disabling actions example (ui.Dialog)

Use the setActionActive method to enable and disable actions according to the current interactive dialog.