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Limitations of Web Application Designer

Hi WAD gurus,

I have some pages which I made using DreamWeaver which have some check boxes, hyperlinks and some dropdowns.

Now I imported them in WAD but the problem is I can't write any query based on check boxes/hyperlinks/dropdowns.

Also, I want the control to move from one page to another based on a parameter which is captured on a click.

Please help me out.

Gaurav

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2005 at 12:17 PM

    Gaurav,

    Can you not use the drop down and filter boxes provided as components in WAD?

    Ian.

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      Gaurav,

      There are some limitations to the controls provided. You can use the stylesheet to change the colours but that area is quite a minefield. If you look at the source code in the browser that is generated for the control, you should be able to find the class that you need to modify in the stylesheet. You will find the stylesheet in SE80, similar to a previous response I sent.

      Good luck.

      Ian.

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2005 at 02:27 PM

    You will not be able use the check boxes, and dropdowns which you designed using Dreamweaver, you can leave the place holders for those item in the template and replace it with the WAD web items and link them to the query.

    For links you have the option of using jump targets or use the table interface to create links.

    Thanks.

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      Thnx Deepu,

      Can you please elaborate on how to use jump targets/Table Interface?

      I have to pass the parameter when i click and have to filter query based on that parameter to get the report.

      Gaurav

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