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LOV return Value Property in forms6/custm.pll [message #353397] Mon, 13 October 2008 13:53 Go to next message
satishk
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Hi,

I have an issue, i need to generate the dynamic LOV using custom.pll for a new custom ITem Field.

For this, i have created the Dyanmic Record group and attached the same to exisign LOV in the seeded form.

Now, i want to know can we change the return value of an LOV at runtime to New Custom filed. because after selecting the value going to ( default statically specified return value).

Please, if any one has any idea....

Thanks,
KSK............




Re: LOV return Value Property in forms6/custm.pll [message #353587 is a reply to message #353397] Tue, 14 October 2008 04:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mudabbir
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Quote:
Now, i want to know can we change the return value of an LOV at runtime to New Custom filed.


No you cannot do that. every LOV has separate return values.
Re: LOV return Value Property in forms6/custm.pll [message #354786 is a reply to message #353587] Tue, 21 October 2008 04:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
satishk
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply...

Yes, we can't able set the return value property at runtime, as per my requirement i need to do the same, i have done some extent using unused LOV's in the TEMPLATE.fmb.

But, i have a small issue can we handle the parameters across the EVENTS, can you please let me know the possibilities and suggestions.

i have tried the GLOBAL.PARAMETER1 but the values will be reinitialized for every new EVENT.


Thanks in Advance....
KSK..........................
Re: LOV return Value Property in forms6/custm.pll [message #354922 is a reply to message #354786] Wed, 22 October 2008 00:07 Go to previous message
djmartin
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This sounds liek a new question. If it is a new question, then ask it in a new thread. Also, post any code you have currently written and give an example of what you expect the code to do.

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