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Add Check box in Table control

Hai,

Could you pls tell how to add Checkbox control inside

the TABLE CONTROL for each record.

I want to access each record withrespect to the selection of Checkbox Click option.

Chandra kumar.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2005 at 03:58 AM

    This is how I did it in 4.6C.

    Use screen painter to add a table control to the screen.

    Use the Dictionary/Program fields button - F6, enter MARA and hit the Get from Dict button.

    Click on a 1 character field like MBRSH, and hit the check button at the bottom of the window.

    Now drag the field image on to the table control column heading line.

    At this point, you will have a one character column.

    Be careful with your clicking at this point. Left click on the first data field below the column heading of MBRSH.

    Now right click and hold on the same data field. Drag down to CONVERT->CHECKBOX->LEFT BUTTON and release.

    You should now have a check box.

    Let us know how it works out.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2005 at 04:58 AM

    If I created Table control using WIZARD,I cant add checkbox using wizard.Anyway is there?

    Adding Checkbox at Table control in 4.6C, will also work fine in Enterprise?

    Chandra kumar

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    • Hi Chandra

      Assuming you have replaced the table control, click on the checkbox button at the screen painter. Your mouse pointer will show that it is ready to drop the checkbox item. Then drop the checkbox item on the first visible row of your table control's body at the place (column position) where you want. Give it the name of the field which will hold its value and if you want put a textbox for its column heading by following the similar procedure, this time selecting a textbox item.

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