So if the user will click on Browse, then you will have to show the values as well so that the user can select. So what is your logic?
Yes. You can add and it will be usual html code. But what button you want to add there and what's the purpose of it?
Would you please elaborate how to do that? I mean what resource include has the check in screen metadatas listed?
My requirement is given below:
On the button click event I want to display the search result screen.
In search result screen there are check boxes to select against each content.
Each check box clicked will copy the same metadata values from each content and would display on the parent metadata text box field with comma separated values.
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With all respects, this requirement smells like a lot of problems.
a) comma separated values might be performance killers
b) I can imagine if you want to get metadata from one item and use it as a base for another one; in this case it'd be, however, more metadata from one item, and not one metadata from more items. Btw. there is a service CHECKIN_SIMILAR_FORM Core Content Server Services - 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) just for this scenario.
Could you describe the business purpose of your requirement? There might be alternate ways how to achieve the same.
Like Jiri, I have some reservations around performance if the intent is to search against the values contained within the comma delimited data. These searches will almost always be substring searches within a field, which cannot utilize indexes. Depending on the amount of content, this could be really slow.
That being said, you should consider looking into tree controls in Content Server. That might save you quite a bit of development time to achieve roughly the same task. I did a write up of the process some time ago here SENA Sound Bites: If a Tree Fell in the Woods, Would It Lose Its Metadata?