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Using RefreshMatching

Updated on October 19, 2022

All controls within Studio provide a RefreshMatching method. This method lets you enable developers to rematch a control’s children. RefreshMatching takes a single Boolean parameter, detach, that determines if it destroys all of the children (and grandchildren) before rematching, or if it simply looks for new matches.

RefreshMatching

Refresh Matching button
Application Designer with Refresh Matching button highlighted.

Refresh matching should only be used in scenarios where Studio cannot detect changes in the user interface. In practice, this scenario should only occur in the web adapter with web pages containing DHTML. If you have a scenario outside of the web adapter that requires RefreshMatching, contact Studio Support.

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