Browses in QAD .NET UI > Browse URL Maintenance
  
Browse URL Maintenance
Use Browse URL Maintenance (36.20.10.11) to create URL links that users can activate from QAD .NET browses. For more information, see Accessing Links in Browses.
When a browse cell contains a URL link, double-clicking it launches a new browser window and displays the intranet or Internet resource associated with the URL. You can use these URLs in two ways:
Create links to external Web sites that users can activate from QAD .NET browses, such as a supplier Web site associated with a supplier ID.
Create links to other programs and pass specific data values to the programs. This lets you use browses as a means of navigating directly to maintenance programs.
You can access links to other programs only from drill-down browses, not lookups. Drill-down browses are typically available directly from the menus, but can also be associated with program fields in Drill Down/Lookup Maintenance (36.20.1).
Note: When using Browse URL Maintenance, and Drill Down/Lookup Maintenance, you need to identify the field name associated with a field. What you see on the screen is the field label and not the field name. To find out the field name for a program field, place the cursor in the field and enter Ctrl+F. To find out the field name of a browse column, place the cursor in the column heading, right-click, and choose Properties.