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This event occurs before page loading. It allows you to declare functions and global variables to be used in other client-side events.



To get the details of the first master record expanded on opening of a certain page of the generated application, define the expandFirstDetail function within the OnBeforePageLoad event handler as follows:


window.expandFirstDetail = function() {

  var $firstExpandDetailsButton = $('a.js-expand-details').first();

  if (($firstExpandDetailsButton.length > 0) &&

   (eventData = $._data($firstExpandDetailsButton.get(0), "events")) &&






  else {

    setTimeout(expandFirstDetail, 100);




This function can be called then within the OnAfterPageLoad event handler.

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