|JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Development Tools: Form Design Aid Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4
Part Number E14706-02
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Use radio buttons to indicate choices. Selecting a radio button indicates which function in a set of functions is to be enabled. Radio button option sets should always be mutually exclusive. Enclose a set of radio button controls in a group box control to make them function as a single unit.
You can associate radio buttons with a user-defined code (UDC) field, where each button has a value from the UDC table. You must associate a radio button with a database or data dictionary (DD) item.
A standard use case for a group of radio buttons is to provide users with a choice of operators to use in a query. If you want to use radio buttons for this purpose, use the Filter Criteria property options.
By default, the control returns a Boolean numeric value to indicate its state (0 for deselected and 1 for selected). However, you can change the return value for a radio button control with the Value property.
Only one event occurs on a radio button control: Selection Changed. Runtime fires the event when the user changes the status of a radio button. Consequently, Selection Changed should occur in pairs for radio buttons: Once for the selected control and once for the control that the system deselects.