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Radio button in Table view with Content Design = "Design2002"/"Design2003"?

How do I get a <b>radio button</b> in the table view with Content Design = "Design2002"

or Design = "Design2003"?

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single select option in table view as radio button without design

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2006 at 02:13 PM

    iam not sure if this will be f any help. but just give a try.

    <htmlb:radioButtonGroup id="radioenrolltype" >

    <htmlb:radioButton id = "<%= v_home_enroll_id %>"

    text = "<%= v_home_enroll_text %>"

    checked = "<%= v_home_enroll_checked %>"

    onClick = "click"

    onClientClick = "needToConfirm=false"

    encode = "TRUE" />

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2006 at 03:02 PM

    Thanks Mansa.. it certainly is a start.

    If I use Content Design = "Classic" then the radio button appear against all the rows. I was hoping there

    might have been away of having the rows and Design2003.

    I guess there must be an line of Abap somewhere in one of the methods that says if it is classic, make those button radios otherwise checkboxes!

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    • for selecting tableview rows, with old design, you had radio button for single row selection and for multiple i guess we had check box, now with desing 2002 and 2003 it has been replace with button for both single selecte and multiselect.

      instead of these buttons if you want radio button/check boxes, you need to code that yourself.



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