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List - Wizard Progress - How can i add attributes

JaLeMa
JaLeMa Member Posts: 18 Red Ribbon
edited Mar 6, 2018 9:19AM in APEX Discussions

Hi,

i am trying to add attributes like css classes to my select  statement for my list which i need for my wizard progress.

the code below doesn't work.

SELECT null,

       nvl(status,standard_status) label,

       null target,

       'YES' is_current,

       null  image,

       null image_attrib,

       status image_alt,

       'custom-list-class' as attribute1,

      decode(status,1, 'style="background:red"") as attribute2

FROM   xyz

WHERE  order_id = :P887_AU

can you help, please ?

thanks

anja

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  • fac586
    fac586 Senior Technical Architect Member Posts: 20,838 Red Diamond
    edited Mar 6, 2018 9:19AM
    JaLeMa wrote:i am trying to add attributes like css classes to my select statement for my list which i need for my wizard progress. the code below doesn't work.SELECT null,  nvl(status,standard_status) label,  null target,  'YES' is_current, null image,  null image_attrib,  status image_alt, 'custom-list-class' as attribute1, decode(status,1, 'style="background:red"") as attribute2FROM xyzWHERE order_id = :P887_AU

    APEX version? Theme? Templates? how to get answers from forum

    The standard Universal Theme Wizard Progress List template in APEX 5.x does not support custom attributes. No #AXX# substitution strings are included in the template definition:

    Before Rows

    <h2 class="u-VisuallyHidden">#CURRENT_PROGRESS#</h2><ul class="t-WizardSteps #COMPONENT_CSS_CLASSES#" id="#LIST_ID#">

    List Template(s)

    <li class="t-WizardSteps-step is-active" id="#LIST_ITEM_ID#">  <div class="t-WizardSteps-wrap">    <span class="t-WizardSteps-marker"></span> <span class="t-WizardSteps-label">#TEXT# <span class="t-WizardSteps-labelState"></span></span>  </div></li>

    Implementing this requirement will therefore involve creating a new template, CSS, or otherwise customizing the application.

    Why is it necessary to add custom attributes? What problem are you really trying to solve?

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