|The "/MacroCfg" Command|
This command restores the original value of the macro saved with an earlier matching "MacroCfg" command. If the macro didn't originally exist then it will be undefined instead.
The macro takes these parameters:
This example shows how you can make a temporary change to the "DEFAULT_ROW_VALIDATE_NO_WHERE" macro and then restore its original value (without needing to know what that is):
... <$MacroCfg "DEFAULT_ROW_VALIDATE_NO_WHERE" VALUE="NEW -MISSINGDATA"> <$Row ...> <$Row ...> <$Property "ABCDEFG" VALUE="C:\"> ... <$/MacroCfg>