Public Sub CheckSave()



   Dim oRec As CRecord

   Set oRec = New CRecord

   oRec.Init REApplication.SessionContext

    

    Dim sMessage As String

   

   oRec.Load 280

   

    If oRec.CanBeSaved(, sMessage) = False Then

       MsgBox sMessage

       oRec.CloseDown

       Exit Sub

   End If

   

   oRec.CloseDown

   Set oRec = Nothing

   

End Sub

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