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HCM Processes and Forms - wage type addition

Dear All,

I have a requirement where in Custom Adobe HCM forms and processes--

The user selects wage type from a drop down and clicks on "ADD" button, when he does this a wage type needs to be added.. he can add more than one wage type.. I need to display this added wage types in the form ( not decided how I am going to display this.. any ideas). Also he should be able to remove wage types incase he has added accidentally...(i think everything should happen in client side only)

Also... the add button should be only visible to the HR administrator and not the manager

Any ideas on this is very much Appreciated....

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2009 at 06:20 AM

    Hi

    Using instancemanger u can addor delete a row u can delete.(instancemanger manger will allow to add/delete dynamically any row)

    Table1.Row1.instanceManager.removeInstance(integer); (for table rows)

    Table1.Row1.instanceManager.removeInstance(integer) (for table rows)

    Also... the add button should be only visible to the HR administrator and not the manager

    Ans:- in button initialize java script method read the form scenario and baseed on scenario u can set property visible and hidden.

    Regards

    Malli

    Edited by: mallikarjuna pasupulati on Jan 31, 2009 7:20 AM

    Edited by: mallikarjuna pasupulati on Jan 31, 2009 7:22 AM

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