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radio button group in webdynpro for java

hi friends,

i want to know how to create radiobuttons in a group in WebDynpro for java ?plz guide me .

thanx in advance.

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2007 at 08:13 AM

    <b>Hi shikha singh

    Please follow this steps to create RadioButtonGroupByKEY

    I am taking an Example of Male and Female)

    1.Create simple type in Dictionary "Gender".

    2.Create two Enumerations Male and Female.

    3.Create a context value (Value attribute) for the view you are going to use the ardio button.

    4.For that assign the Type to the dictionary simle type created.

    5.Now insert the RadioButtonDropBy key in to the view.

    6.Forthat UI Element Bind the Context Value attribute.

    7.So whatever you slected in the radio button that will stored in the Context attribute value.

    Plz let me know whether you got it or not ....... or i will explain more

    Regards

    Chandran S</b>

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2007 at 01:43 PM

    Hi,

    RadiobuttonbyIndex:

    1.Create a node and in it two attributes,one must be a id and other a bindable attribute to be binded to the 'texts' property of the radiobutton.

    2.In implementation,write coding for creating a node and element and set the unique value for id and the text(eg.Male) for 3 buttons(default 3 radiobuttons will be displayed).

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2007 at 11:11 AM

    What did you try and which documentation did you already read?

    Armin

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