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Filtering Navigational Attribute with Multiple values

Dear all,

I've 0project as a characteristic in my infoprovider. I 've taken 0project_status as navigational attribute,its not a part of my infoprovider.

Now when i'm trying to restrict 0project_status with two values in query filter,i'm not getting input readiness in layout.

I don't want to keep it in row/col.

If i'll keep it in row/col,i'll get the input ready layout.

So is it the normal behavior or any work around is there to get input ready layout.

Rgds,

Indu

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 07:12 AM

    Refer thread - Navigational Attribute Problem in Input Query

    You will have to drill the nav attr down in rows to achieve input readiness.

    Also note that if you want, you can set the properties of the nav attr to no display so that it does not show it in rows. The query will remain input ready but you would probably lose the ability to have new input ready rows in the query if the nav. attr. is hidden.

    Edited by: Mayank Gupta on Sep 4, 2008

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