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dynamic group is the query u specified between single quote we called it dynamic cause it is created at runtime
it is only used for lists and displayed through the code above.
for lov u only copied the query itself and through the lov wizard steps the form creates a record group itself and specifies which item assigned to lov
hope it's clear :-)
semsem wrote:Yes, but not for LOV
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first question :
1- is dynamic group the record group which is created at runtime ?
2- i can create the record group at runtime by this code :Hi Semsem,
but i do not know how to use it at runtime , i know that record groups are always used in a lov , but i can not use this in a lov because the editor can not identify the record group at design time (it is not created yet) .
how is it used ?
LOV record group cannot create at runtime, your can restring data of LOV record group base on your condition dynamically. For your dynamic group, here is an example
How to Dynamically Populate a Pop List ?
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semsem wrote:Hi semsem,
thanks to you two
amatuallahit does not , it does not unless i use populate list to populate the list with it's data .
and displayed through the code above.
Yes. You don't see anything or realize without populating list, what you dynamically created.
It seems it's clear to you. ;)
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we all had the same problems before pls specify what error u rfacing and it's better to try the following successful example may be it is more advanced .but for Will be more useful later
Dependent drop down lists in forms 6i
thanks to you , but the link is saying the same words hamidhelal is saying , "the record group can not display it's data unless i use the populate_list built-in to populate a pop list .
but i asked because you've said that the code i've written can display the data normally without mentioning populate-list issue ?