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Visual Composer Disabled Cell

Dear Gurus,

I have an output table where an input field is Editable (users are able to enter values and send the entire table values to an DSO in BI. This part works fine). However I would like to Disable a cell based in a condition (ex. @ACTIVA<@NUM3 OR @DESATIVA<@NUM3). I am not able to do that. Or all fields from this table are Editable or not. Is it possible to disable just a cell?

Kind Regards

Gilson Teixeira, Brazil

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 12:52 PM

    Hi Gilson,

    Why don't you try to duplicate your table and make the desired column of the first table editable and left the same column of the second table read-only?

    Then configure the visibility condition according on your rule.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards,

    Alessandro Reichert.

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      Hi Alessandro,

      Thanks for your help but it is not about column. It works very well if I make a column with my condition. My problem is around onlu one cell. In a column I would like to have fields editable based on my condition and fields not editable.

      Regards,

      Gilson

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 04:54 PM

    Hi Alessandro Exquizi,

    I have just got an answer from SAP. This is a bug indeed. There is a CSN opened by SAP (David Bolotnikoff).

    Regards,

    Gilson Teixeira

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