Hi,

what did I wrong?

I have a grid and one of its column is a combo box. ListDataSource is a select returnig a list of names, e.g. 'Wegde Antilles'. I choose this name and leave the field of the grid and save the data. The problem is that each space character is replaced by "ampersand hash 160" string, non breaking space. how to avoid that replacement?

Thank you,

Vojto

asked 08 Dec '14, 07:16

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Hi Vojto,

If you can send us a small app that represents the problem, we can take a look. Simply email the export of the application to us.

Kind Regards,
Yalim

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answered 08 Dec '14, 07:22

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Hi Yalim,

sent a small application demo to contact@theformspider.com. Also included few screenshots.

Thank you.

Vojto

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answered 08 Dec '14, 08:07

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did this get resolved? We've just hit this issue in 1.9

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answered 09 Feb '16, 09:49

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OK so work around seems to be not to use the same column in the combo box definition

displayColumn="COLUMNA" valueColumn="COLUMNA" column="COLUMNA"

this causes the error, but if you create a dummy column to store your value for display purposes and reference that instead its ok

displayColumn="COLUMNB" valueColumn="COLUMNA" column="COLUMNA"

so this is what my datasource definition looks like

select code COLUMNA, code COLUMNB from table_name

and no more issues

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