Uses type controls to check whether expressions, conditions, formulas and rules are valid.
|No ||If you select NO for Check Type errors, the error message will be shown as warning during specification, which will allow you to continue with program generation.|
|Yes ||When an expession is not valid (i.e: type mismatch, property not available for some control/platform, etc), the object's navigation will be shown an error message. This is the default value.
You can define whether you want to display Error or Warning messages when Type Control is carried out.
The following table shows the message message that can be shown as warning when the property is set to "No".
||Control/object %1 not found/defined. Is it on the form?
||%1 objects do not have the ‘%2’ method.
||Type mismatch in %1: %2.
||Type mismatch in assignment: %1 = %2 (%3=%4).
||Type mismatch in rule %1.
||Expression %1 does not return a value.
||Property %1 is read only. It cannot be assigned.
||Inferred subtype %1, cannot be assigned.
||Operand %1 does not match the data type of %2 in the IN comparison.
||%1 must be a collection to be used as the right operand in an IN comparison.
||%1’s data type (%2) is not supported in an IN comparison.
||Item description in dynamic combo box %1 has an unsupported data type %2.
||Item value %1 does not match control %2 data type.
||%1 is (part of) a candidate key. It must be referenced in the transaction’s structure.
||Item value %1 for control %2 must be Character or VarChar.
Cobol and RPG generators do not allow to show spc0001as "warning".
To apply changes made by this property, do a Build with this Only of the object.
Standard Functions property at Knowledge Base level
Warnings treated as errors property
Disabled warnings property