In the "Tutorial 22: How to use LOV" I one interesting particular case. .......For all columns , choose “Component” as “Target Type”. This selection means that the value retrieved from related column will be assigned to a component. Notice that there is two additional option; “Bindvar” and “Datasource” meaning that the value retrieved from related column will be assigned to a datasource binn variable or datasource column....... Column Target FIRST_NAME mainPanel.txtField_firstName

All is clear, but in this case I created a "hard link" between LOV and me forms components. and I can not used the same LOV in the another form. Am I right?

For example, if I have 2 different grids and a column, can I used one LOV object for this column in 2 different grids?

asked 17 Aug '12, 06:39

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Hi,

You can not assign one LOV column value to two different places, for instance, to two different datasource columns. However, you may use the same LOV column with 2 different grids if the grids are bound to the same Datasource column. Both grids will be updated automatically.

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answered 17 Aug '12, 07:11

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