I have carefully read the Tutorial 22: How to use the LOV. I would like to know if I can use the LOV as well as in the oracle apex. One value to store, and the other to display, for example in the grid column.

asked 17 Aug '12, 02:55

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Hi Dmitry,

You can set a datasource column as the target of a LOV column. In the example presented on the screenshot below, the value to diplay on the LOV is FIRST_NAME and the value to store is EMPLOYEE_ID. Note that "Datasource" is selected as target type. The "Target" value "dsName.columnName" represents the column name of your grid datasource to be set when a value is selected from your LOV.

Alternatively, you can also place a combobox component in your grid column;

...
 <column>
   <comboBox listDataSource="datasource_listing_values" displayColumn="value_to_display" valueColumn="value_to_store" column="current_value_stored_by_your_grid_datasource"/>
 </column>
...

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answered 17 Aug '12, 03:30

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