Only Predefined target actions are described in this section. See "To Connect a Menu Item to a Call Function" and "To Connect a Menu Item to an Execute Code Action" for information about those connections.
Display the Connections Editor.
Click Connections at the bottom of the Revolving Property Editor or choose Connections from the Editors menu of the App Builder primary window.
Choose Menu Item from the Source menu.
All of the menu items in the current project will be listed.
Select a menu item from the list below the Source menu.
This is the item from which the connection will be made.
Choose Predefined as the target action type from the Action Type menu.
The Target menu will be activated.
Choose the appropriate type of object from the Target menu.
This is the type of object that will be acted on when the When action is performed on the source menu item.
Select an object in the list of Target items.
This is the specific object that will be acted on when the When action is performed on the source menu item.
Choose a When action for the Source menu item.
Choices are Activated, Created, and Destroyed.
Choose a target action from the option menu to the right of Action Type.
The choices vary depending on the target type.
Click Connect to make the connection.
The connection will be displayed in the View list at the bottom of the Connections Editor.
Click Cancel to dismiss the Connections Editor.
The designated target action will be performed in the compiled application when the When action is performed on the menu item.
Depending on the source When and target action, you may be able to test the connection in Test mode. See "To Test Menus in a Module" for instructions.