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OnAfterDeleteRecord

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

 

Signature:

function OnAfterDeleteRecord ($page, $rowData, $tableName,

       &$success, &$message, &$messageDisplayTime)

 

Parameters:

$page

An instance of the Page class.

$rowData

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

$tableName

The name of processed table.

$success

Indicates whether the last data manipulation statement was successful or not.

$message

A message to be displayed to a user. If the statement completed successfully, the value of this parameter is equal to empty string. If the statement failed, the value of this parameter contains the error message that came from the database server.

$messageDisplayTime

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

 

Success messages are displayed in green while error messages are displayed in red.

 

Example

if ($success) {

    $message = 'Record processed successfully.';

}

else {

    $message = '<p>Something wrong happened. ' .

        '<a class="alert-link" href="mailto:admin@example.com">' .

        'Contact developers</a> for more info.</p>';

}

 

See also: OnAfterUpdateRecord, OnAfterInsertRecord, OnBeforeDeleteRecord.



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