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drop-down list in interactive form go up and sounds weird

Hello everybody,

I've a problem with a drop down list in an interactive form in my webdynpro java application.

I've an interactive form in my view, display type is "native".

I've put a drop down list in the pdf and filled it with some elements taken from a bapi.

It looks like this

IWDAttributeInfo countryInfo = wdContext.nodeListePoste().getNodeInfo().getAttribute("ListeTypePoste");

ISimpleTypeModifiable countryType =

countryInfo.getModifiableSimpleType();

IModifiableSimpleValueSet countryValueSet =

countryType.getSVServices().getModifiableSimpleValueSet();

for(int i=0;i<wdContext.nodeListe_Poste_view().size();i++){

IPrivateFDIView.IListe_Poste_viewElement element = (IPrivateFDIView.IListe_Poste_viewElement)wdContext.nodeListe_Poste_view().getElementAt(i);

countryValueSet.put(element.getPoste_Code(),element.getPoste_Libelle());

}

then I've binded my drop down list with the element of the context "ListeTypePoste"

When I run the application I can see the list in my drop down but it goes "up" 😀

Like this:

http://img198.imageshack.us/img198/7263/20111207170807.png

Instead of having my list going down it goes up.

And when I click the arrow to open the list I've a weird BEEEEEP like an error.

At the end the list works well and if I choose an element it's well selected, but I would like to take of the BEEEP and to have the regular list going down.

Any ideas?

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 12:37 PM

    Hi

    I think you problem can be traced to the place where you put your drop down.

    As far as I understand your drop down funcions well.

    Try to move it into another container or best put it under RoorContainer. Test it.

    regards

    yuval peery

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