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    command mode

    Hello,

    Does J2SE and .Net client API support command mode? Is there already implemented API to use command mode or we have to write business logic to use command mode as compare to web client?
    Pradeep Kr Chahal
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    I confirm that J2SE and .Net client APIs have no built-in management for COMMAND mode, as they only cover the communication level and provide no ready-made widgets.

    You just get each single event through your HandyTableListener and can enquiry for the current values of the "key" and "command" fields.
    The only support is that update information is provided to the HandyTableListener at key level,
    that is, upon each update you can ask for the previous value of a field for the same key.

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    Thank Dario for your quick reply
    Pradeep Kr Chahal
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