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Creating dropdown menu's without backend interaction in Agentry

Hi,

is there a way (for quick demo purposes) to show a dropdown list that is based on a locally created data table without backend interaction?

This doesn't need to be a data table per se, just a sort of hardcoded list of selection values with a separator (for instance ;yes;no;maybe;).

This way we can give our stakeholders on short term a mockup screen with selection values that don't need the whole backend integration.

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  • Feb 05, 2014 at 03:46 PM

    All Agentry applications must have at least one backend defined to at a minimum handle the user authentication, For quick demos I typically use a SQL connection where I automatically accept all user / password combinations as valid. I can then setup sample data to populate data tables etc as needed for my application,

    The other option would be to use a File Backend connection and setup the data table based on a file from the Agentry server. You can refer to the following link for more details.

    https://sycloresourcecenter.sap.com/development/kb/howto-create-data-table-file-backend

    If you are still having issue let us know.

    --Bill

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