Hi folks,

would it be possible to add an "iconic LOV textbox" as a new item type, which will simplify layout creation?

How do you define it currently in your applications now? Using a separate textbox and button with a LOV icon next it causes a little bit layout issues.

Thanks, Tomas

asked 16 Sep '12, 11:11

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Hi Tomas,

Yes, +1 from me for this component. I'll talk to the team. Right now we just put a button next to the textField. I am not aware of any layout issues. Which layout do you use?

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answered 16 Sep '12, 11:14

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We are using a tablelayout and having a problem to connect an image with item, so it will have the same lenght as for example a datefield (assuming I want to avoid a hardcodding) => LOV image icon is part of textfield.

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answered 16 Sep '12, 11:39

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You should not use cellspacing to achieve this. Here is a sample xml and its output:

<panel>
  <tableLayout>
    <row height="25">
      <cell width="50" hAlign="Full" vAlign="Center">
        <textLabel label="Field1:"/>
      </cell>
      <cell columnSpan="2" hAlign="Full" vAlign="Center">
        <textField/>
      </cell>
    </row>
    <row height="25">
      <cell hAlign="Full" vAlign="Center">
        <textLabel label="Field2:"/>
      </cell>
      <cell width="100" hAlign="Full" vAlign="Center">
        <textField/>
      </cell>
      <cell width="20" hAlign="Full" vAlign="Center">
        <button label="..."/>
      </cell>
    </row>
  </tableLayout>
</panel>


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answered 17 Sep '12, 03:27

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Hi Oskan,

thanks for the reply, but we would like to use a cellspacing functionality, as it has an impact on other fields layout.

Having it as one "lovTextField" with ability to assign a LOV, than it will simplify code and makes development even easier.

Tomas

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answered 18 Sep '12, 09:05

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