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OnBeforeDeleteRecord

This event occurs when the Delete command is executed, and before the actual deletion.

 

Signature:

function OnBeforeDeleteRecord ($page, &$rowData, &$cancel,  &$message, 

       &$messageDisplayTime, $tableName)

 

Parameters:

$page

An instance of the Page class declared in components/page.php.

$rowData

The associative array of values that corresponds to the currently processed row.

$cancel

The value indicating whether the operation should be canceled.

$message

The message string that is displayed after the operation is completed (or canceled).

$messageDisplayTime

A time interval (in seconds) after which the message will disappear automatically. Default value is 0 (the message will not disappear).

$tableName

The name of processed table.

 

Example 1:

if (!(allowDataEditing())) {

  $cancel = true;

  $message = 'The application is running in read-only mode.';

}

 

See also: OnBeforeUpdateRecord, OnBeforeInsertRecord, OnAfterDeleteRecord.



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