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#12237 - 18/11/19 03:42 PM Help > Diagnostics > Examine  
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Can anyone remind me of the name of the function that allows you to view the table and column names using Help > Diagnostics > Examine

#12238 - 20/11/19 03:58 PM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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Not sure if I understand exactly what you're asking, but are you referring to the block name 'SYSTEM' and the field name 'LAST_QUERY'?


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#12239 - 21/11/19 01:32 PM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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No, but, then again, I'm not sure if I'm talking any sense myself even though in my head I know what I mean.

When you enter a form in R12, if you click on 'Help' in the toolbar at the top you should see an option 'Diagnostics' this takes you to 'Examine' which allows you to see the column name the data is in. it sometimes gets switched off.

I want to know how to switch it back on.

#12240 - 22/11/19 02:35 PM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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Ah, do you mean the system profile option that hides the diagnostics menu for either the whole site, or a given responsibility or user?

If so, go in sysadmin resp and go to the profile option values screen, and look at the profile option

Hide Diagnostics Menu Entry

The value needs to be 'No' at whatever level you need it to be visible

Additionally, you can if you so desire set the Profile option 'Utilities: Diagnostics' to 'Yes' at the required level, which will suppress the need to enter the apps password

Is that what you're on about?


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#12241 - 25/11/19 08:55 AM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: CT]  
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Thanks CT,

I think that's what I mean. I'll give it a try. Don't know why I thought it was a function on the menu??

#12242 - 25/11/19 09:06 AM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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Well you are old! wink

Also, you may be confusing the examine functionality with the trace functionality, which does require a function to be added to the menu in order to get access to it.


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#12243 - 26/11/19 12:23 PM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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Aah, that'll be it. This getting old malarkey isn't for the faint hearted!

#12244 - 26/11/19 12:25 PM Re: Help > Diagnostics > Examine [Re: delboy]  
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Originally Posted by delboy
This getting old malarkey isn't for the faint hearted!


Especially the way you go about it laugh


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