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This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #259542] Wed, 15 August 2007 22:49 Go to next message
vinod_oracle
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Hi guys this is my first job realy need some help from you,

lets suppose we have 5 attributes in a DFF
now we need to make last 2 attributes mandatory only for a particular value in the frist attribute.
for example only for attribute1=1 the last 2 attributes shld be mandatory for rest its not necessary.u,

can u let me know the solution,
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #259773 is a reply to message #259542] Thu, 16 August 2007 07:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
shashidhar.k
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HI Vinod,

First Query the DFF,

1) Disable the check box for 'unfreez'.
2) Click on 'Segments'.
3) put cursor on first segment , then click on 'Open'.
In next window there is check box 'Required' enable it.
4) do for same the segments which u want to make mandatory.
5) Save and enable 'Unfreez' and Complie.


i hope so, it would help to you.

Thanks
Shashidhar K
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #259781 is a reply to message #259542] Thu, 16 August 2007 08:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vinod_oracle
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hi shashidhar,

thank you for the reply.
but the problem is lill bit complicated.

for a particular value we enter in the first attribute. the last two will or shld be mandatory.

for rest its not necessary.
the solution you said will apply to all cases when ever we use the flex field.
can you reply me the solution ASAP.
thank you.
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #259955 is a reply to message #259781] Thu, 16 August 2007 23:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
shashidhar.k
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Hi Vinod,

"for a particular value we enter in the first attribute. the last two will or shld be mandatory."


Really, i didn't get what u r saying. Can u explain clearaly ..

See assume that u have define one DFF which have 4 attributes.


Segment1 Attribute1 Valueset1
Segment2 Attribute2 Valueset2
Segment3 Attribute3 Valueset3
Segment4 Attribute4 Valueset4.


Now could you tell me what is yur problem ? so i can give more informtion to slove your problem.

Thanks
Shashidhar K

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Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #259972 is a reply to message #259781] Fri, 17 August 2007 01:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
B.T.S.Ananth
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Hi Vidod,

Use context sensitivity (if you haven't allocated it for the DFF for another context). Instead of attribute1 the context column will be used (typically a column named attribute_category) for the first segment. Then the rest is adding segments to the context structure codes and making them required as needed.

Regards,
B.T.S.Ananth
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #260144 is a reply to message #259955] Fri, 17 August 2007 10:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vinod_oracle
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case 1:
only for
Segment1 Attribute1 Valueset1='abc'

Segment2 Attribute2 Valueset2

Segment3 Attribute3 Valueset3

Segment4 Attribute4 Valueset4 should be Mandatory( Required to fill)

case 2:
for any other value given to Segment1 Attribute1 Valueset1,

Segment4 Attribute4 Valueset4 shlouldnt be mandatory.


only for that particular value the 4th attribute shld be mandatory for rest it shldnt.

i appriciate your effort.

kindly post me the solution.
Thanking you,
With regards,
Vinod.

Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #260148 is a reply to message #259972] Fri, 17 August 2007 10:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vinod_oracle
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Yes anand,

but context doesnt want to implement.

the requirment is with out using context sensitivity.

so can you post me ur opinion.
Thanking you,
With regards,
Vinod.
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #261743 is a reply to message #260148] Thu, 23 August 2007 08:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
B.T.S.Ananth
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i dont think it is possible, if u find any solution please let me know
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #261744 is a reply to message #261743] Thu, 23 August 2007 08:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vinod_oracle
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no i didnt get any solution.
it would be great if i get one..
thanking you,
with regards,
vinod.
Re: This is regarding Descriptive Flex Field. [message #261851 is a reply to message #259542] Thu, 23 August 2007 15:38 Go to previous message
uday001
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No, this is not possible... You have to handle the validations in the business layer..
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