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Aha! You have just discovered what that criptic script step "Set Error Capture (on)" is for. This script step toggles error capture which supresses the error dialog boxes. For instance:

Allow User Abort (off)

Set Error Capture (on)

Perform Find (restore)

If(Status(CurrentError) = 401)

#No Records Found

Exit Script

Else

#Records Found

Sort(restore,no dialog)

Go to Layout (List)

End If

-bd

[This message has been edited by LiveOak (edited January 30, 2001).]

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Originally posted by LiveOak:

Aha! You have just discovered what that criptic script step "Set Error Capture (on)" is for. This script step toggles error capture which supresses the error dialog boxes. For instance:

Allow User Abort (off)

Set Error Capture (on)

Perform Find (restore)

If(Status(CurrentError) = 401)

#No Records Found

Exit Script

Else

#Records Found

Sort(restore,no dialog)

Go to Layout (List)

End If

-bd

[This message has been edited by LiveOak (edited January 30, 2001).]

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  • 3 years later...

Kennel:

Brian Dunning (briandunning.com) has an excellent FileMaker database for free download which contains loads of the FM error codes, as well as Windows and Mac error codes. It's somewhere on his website.

-Stanley

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