Adopted Header Style

If your application contains functions that call other functions attached to different processes, the header style adopted for the application will be dependent on the first function called. This means that if the first function called is set up to have a non-scrolling header, then all the subsequent functions called from within the same LANSA job will adopt the non-scrolling header.

This means that the other functions called must also have the same header style. If the other functions have been set up to have different header styles, it would appear as though they have adopted the style of the first function. However, because of the conflicting HTML/JavaScript techniques used in the two different styles, your functions will not operate properly.