I can't find api to add boxes, charts. How to do this?

asked 24 Apr '14, 05:01

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Hi Ramil,

In Formspider, it's not possible to add/create a new component in runtime, you can only use the components defined in design time. Can you specify why you need such a feature? We may suggest an alternative solution depending on your need.

Regards,
Ibrahim

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answered 24 Apr '14, 15:07

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I have the following table:

SERVER   HDD   USED     DATE
 s1      hd1   120    21.04.2014
 s1      hd2   100    21.04.2014
 s2      hd1   110    21.04.2014
 s2      hd2   130    21.04.2014
 s1      hd1   220    23.04.2014
 s2      hd1   300    24.04.2014
 s1      hd1   220    23.04.2014
...
 s3      hd1   50     27.04.2014

I want to build a line chart for each SERVER, where will all HDD. But this dynamic table and may at any time add a new SERVER or HDD.

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answered 25 Apr '14, 02:04

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Can I dynamically add textFields, textLabels, comboBoxes, buttons?

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answered 25 Apr '14, 05:48

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edited 25 Apr '14, 05:49

Hi Ramil,

Unfortunately, in Formspider, it's not possible to dynamically add components in runtime and implement the chart you have described.

Regards,
Ibrahim

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