Hi All

I am studying formspider and I want to migrate my applications written in APEX to formspider. Some pages that I have in APEX has a shuttle. Is there anything that look like to it in formspider?

Thanks a lot

Ricardo

asked 16 Nov '12, 14:10

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Hi Ricardo,

Formspider doesn't have a shuttle component yet. For now, you can use two list components and buttons for the same behaviour. I created a ticket in our issue tracking system for this component.

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answered 17 Nov '12, 04:28

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edited 17 Nov '12, 04:28

Hi Ricardo,

In order to show you how to build a shuttle component with Formspider, we placed an application called shuttleDemo to your online account. The code for the application is in the PL/SQL package called shuttledemo_pkg in your online database schema.

Best, Yalim

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answered 19 Nov '12, 09:10

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edited 19 Nov '12, 09:11

Hi Yalim

I saw your solution, it is very simple. In Apex the shuttle component just layout and control buttons are "embedded". You have to write some source code to able it.

Regards Ricardo

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answered 19 Nov '12, 13:01

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Hi Mr. Yalim,

Can you add this sample demo in the FormSpider Learning Center?

Sorry for hijacking post.

Thank you.

Cheysenn.

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answered 20 Nov '12, 10:07

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Hi Cheysenn,

Please...Thanks for the heads up. I should have done this eariler. Will do first thing in the morning and update the post.

(20 Nov '12, 10:10) Yalim K. Gerger ♦♦

Hi Cheysenn,

I added the sample demo to the "Demos" page, you can access it through this link.

Best Regards, Ibrahim

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answered 21 Nov '12, 02:06

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