When you do enable disabled panel ,panel inside components can't see. to see components you must resize form. please fix it.

asked 26 Apr '11, 02:41

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We have patched the bug mentioned here. Please note, this bug occurs only on web renderer. You should download patched js file, and unzip it to following directory , tomcat_installation_directorywebappsformspiderjs\

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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answered 04 May '11, 23:51

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Hi,
i have tried to replicate your problem but no luck. So, it will be great if you enlighten your problem little more. First of all, can you explain your scenario.
What are you calling in order to enable/disable panel.
Which browser are you using?
etc

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answered 26 Apr '11, 06:40

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I use API_PANEL.SETVISIBLE('searchPanel','Y'); it in plsql. I have tried it in Mozilla v.3.6.15,IExplorer 9 and Chrome also. You know as local application it is working,but when try it web browser get problem.

API_PANEL.SETVISIBLE('searchPanel','Y') when i use this api panel is shown. But components which inside in this panel not shown. And this time i do resize form ,and it is OK.

Thank you

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answered 26 Apr '11, 07:05

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We still couldn't replicate your problem here. So i ask one favor, can you email me an export of your application that causes problem. You can take a Formspider application's export under File menu. It will generate an XML file that contains all your application but pl/sql code. So, addition to XML file, pl/sql code that is called, will be useful and necessary. Hope we can figure the problem when we have exact same application running.

You can email to serkan.kasapbasi[at]theformspider.com

Thank you.

Serkan Kasapbasi

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answered 26 Apr '11, 09:21

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