What do TGP’s different configuration components mean?
When you access TGP Validate, you’ll notice columns at the top of the screens with their different descriptions. What do they all mean? Their functions are outlined below:
GP FORM: This is the form TGP Validate Script will be used for.
TARGET: The button in GP that will trigger the script and cause it to run.
ENABLED: Click this box to activate TGP Validate with all its defined configurations.
INCLUDE ALL WINDOWS: For GP Forms with multiple windows such as Sales Transaction Entry, click this box to pass values from all windows in the form to the stored procedure.
PASSING NOTIFICATION: Click this box to receive a message when TGP Validate is executed and passes without triggering an error message.
STORED PROCEDURE: The file with the script to be executed.
OVERRIDE PASSWORD: With the correct password, the system will allow TGP Validate to bypass error messages that would normally appear between 3001 and 5000.
GENERATE SCRIPT: Click this button to generate the template script for this GP form.