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Mariusz,1 person found this helpful
The simple checkbox works only in a tabular form, not a classic report region. Simple checkboxes actually submit their values through hidden fields, not the checkbox fields themselves. For that reason, the actual checkbox fields are suffixed with _NOSUBMIT, and those fields are disabled just prior to submit of a tabular form. That's not to say that you have to use the build-in, wizard generated MRU processes, you can still use your own code if you like, you just have to make sure you use the right region type.
Thanks a lot Marc!
Ok I changed the type as you advised and it works!
I just stumbled on this thread. Is it possible to hide the option when the region is not the correct type?
Yes, we plan to hide the simple checkbox and the radio group display-types for standard report regions, and only make them available for tabular forms.
I am trying to use this simple check box to update records in a tabular form that is created through tabular form wizard.
Now as what you said I included one more column in the tabular form sql query for my check box column.
Lets say, if my table column name is sent_msg_ind then I have this included as below
Now how to propogate the value of simple check box(1 - checked and 0 - unchecked) value into hidden field.
select sent_msg_ind, --hidden sent_msg_ind as sent_msg_ind_no_submit --simple check box from table_x;
I am using this tabular form to just update the records based on what is being fetched using the primary key from the previous page.
Any example or demo would be highly appreciated here.
Edited by: Teku on May 19, 2011 10:05 AM