Hi folks,

could you please let me (us) know how to put LOV value into editable grid?

Currently I have an editable grid, where one of field uses a combobox for it's values. But, as there is so many values in combobox a list of value would be a much better option. Unfortunately we have a problem with it's implementation.

Could you please provide a demo for it? Or modify existing: http://formspideronline.com/formspider/main.html?name=DemoMain#DemoGrid where you could replace department column combobox values with a LOV field.

Many thanks, Tomas

asked 29 Oct '12, 13:29

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Hi Tomas,

You can set a datasource column as the target of a LOV column. I modified the demo that you have mentioned and added a LOV based on DEPARTMENTS1 datasource. Note that while assigning a target to the LOV columns "Datasource" is selected as "Target Type". The "Target" value "EMPLOYEES1.DEPARTMENT_NAME" represents that DEPARTMENT_NAME column of the EMPLOYEES1 datasource will be set when a value is selected from your LOV.

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In the design XML, I removed the combobox and added a textLabel displaying department name and a button showing the LOV into the grid component;

<column headerLabel="Deparment">
  <textLabel column="DEPARTMENT_NAME"/>
</column>
<column width="20">
  <button tooltip="Select Department" label="...">
    <events>
      <buttonPress action="demoGridShowDepartmentsLOV"/>
    </events>
  </button>
</column>

Hope this helps, Ibrahim

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answered 30 Oct '12, 05:21

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Hi Ibrahim,

thanks for this demo update. It's now even more very useful.

Tomas

(04 Nov '12, 11:58) Tomeo
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