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Visible/blank/none element in UI Table column

Dear All,

I have the following problem:

I have created a column in my table with a button

and under some condition I want this button

to be not visible (blank) in a row. I know how to deal

with ReadOnly (just created a boolean variable

in dictionary and create calculation methods for this alement and assign it to ReadOnly attribute)

but now I have no idea how and where can I set dynamicly

visible attribute I have create a variable in dictionary with 3 enumeration blank/none/visible but when I tried to assing it to my new-defined type the system

does not allow to assing it, I thouth that I should proceed like for ReadOnly but I was wrong

If somebody could helpe me? Thank you in advance


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    Posted on Nov 28, 2005 at 10:10 AM

    Bind the "visible" property of the button to a context attribute of local DDIC type "".

    At runtime, use the constants from class WDVisibility to assign values to this attribute.

    Addition: From an ergonomic point of view, I would rather enable/disable the button (property "enabled") than switch its visibility.


    Message was edited by: Armin Reichert

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Bogumila Wendt,

      Create a value attribute of "Type" under the view context and assign the same value attribute to the column visible property. This should work..


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