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How to use Multivalued Code List via PDI?

Hi all,

Perhaps this question could be more addressed to @Horst Schaude or @Stefan Krauth, but maybe someone already came across of wish to use a newly introduced multiple value data field and can share with everyone the findings.

Question is - how we can use it from PDI? I have seen we can create this field from adaptation, but can we achieve same from PDI? Is this same old code list and simply in UI Designer instead of dropdown we need to use special UI control, or maybe there are some extra things what we need to consider if we want to use multiple value selector.

Thanks,

Uldis

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    Nov 06, 2015 at 02:37 PM
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  • Nov 16, 2015 at 06:07 AM

    Hi Uldis,

    You can create the MVC field in the adaptation mode through Key User Tools, and then, in PDI - you can create a .ref file in the PDI solution. Here, you should be able to access MVC fields as well which is interpreted as a string.. But to my knowledge, we dont yet have the capability to have MVC sort of a datatype that you can use to declare a field in PDI yet


    Kind Regards

    Vinita




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