Activates a special filter. After you use this function, your view of the table includes only records marked by this function.

[IsMarkedOnly :=] Record.MARKEDONLY([SetMarkedOnly])

Parameters

Record

Type: Record

A record from the table that you want mark.

SetMarkedOnly

Type: Boolean

Changes the state of the special filter. This parameter is optional.

If this parameter if true, only marked records are included. If this parameter is false, all records are included.

Property Value/Return Value

Type: Boolean

true if the special filter is being used; otherwise, false.

Example

This example shows how to use MARK and MARKEDONLY. Assume that at first no records are marked.

This example requires that you create the following variables and text constants in the C/AL Globals window.

Variable name DataType Subtype

CustomerRec

Record

Customer

No1

Integer

Not applicable

No2

Integer

Not applicable

Text constant ENU value

Text000

Number of records before MARKEDONLY: %1.\

Text001

Number of records after MARKEDONLY: %2.

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CustomerRec.SETCURRENTKEY("No.");
CustomerRec."No." := '10000';
CustomerRec.FIND('=');
CustomerRec.MARK(TRUE); // Mark a record.
No1 := CustomerRec.COUNT;
CustomerRec.MARKEDONLY(TRUE);
No2 := CustomerRec.COUNT;
MESSAGE(Text000 + Text001, No1, No2);

The following messages could be displayed:

Number of records before MARKEDONLY: 68.

Number of records after MARKEDONLY: 1.

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