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Dynamic Tables in XML-Forms

Hi all XML-Forms Gurus out there.

I am trying to develop a XML-Form that should include a dynamic table

ID______Description__________Date________Author

1_______Some information_____23.11.04____KASAA

2_______Other info___________23.11.04____Kongen

Does anyone have some input for me?

Regards

Kay-Arne

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2004 at 11:47 AM

    Hi Kay-Arne,

    dynamic content isn't possible with standard features.

    I know, it doesn't really help,

    nevertheless, stay tuned

    Detlev

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    • Hi Kay-Arne,

      sorry, I have no workaround at hand.

      Bu be aware what you are doing in the background: You define several XSL files, which are translated to some HTML at runtime. For creating some content, a XSL is brought up to a HTML input screen. What you want is to dynamically expand the HTML. This is theoretically possibble by JavaScript, which on the other hand could be filled into the XSL - BUT: The content of your input also has to be mapped to some variables in the background. And this is definitely not supported.

      Seems to be quite a lot of work to enhance the XMLFormsBuilder features.

      Think about leaving the FormsBuilder path (and develop some generic input/display components) or use different forms (one "header", some "entries", one "footer"); these you could display in a collection renderer to appear as you wanted them before as one form content.

      Hope it helps

      Detlev

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2004 at 12:55 PM

    Hi.

    Can`t we use something like this

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_ep60sp2/helpdata/en/84/c480b030c4834e913a14384c2d3a4a/content.htm

    And please give some more detailed information about this table,XFList

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