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Dialogs are used to communicate with the Definer, in situations where you are not directly defining the elements of your application. For example, the following dialog does not relate to the actual definition of database objects, but to the creation of a file.

Most dialogs have OK, Cancel, and Apply buttons, and they may also have a Browse button like the one above. They normally also have at least one input field.

Where relevant, clicking on the OK button starts the specified action and closes the dialog, while clicking Apply starts the action but leaves the dialog open. Clicking Cancel always closes the dialog without performing any action.