statement declares that the statements following it are executed at the end of a run, case, level, record, form, roster, or field.
In data entry applications, statements in a postproc
procedure are executed when you complete
an object; that is, flow off of it. When you click off a field, manually skip from a field, or move backward, the postproc
statements are not
executed. If you want to execute the statements in these situations, code them in the killfocus
In batch edit applications, a postproc
is used to execute logic at the end of a run, case, level, or record. For an item there is no difference between placing your logic in a preproc