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It all works good, but i have noticed the LOV column (on where the view object is cretaed) is set to operator 'Starts With' by default and rest of the columns are >'Contains', is there any way to change this default to 'Contains' on load of the inputListOfValues?i read twice i cant conclude something for me atleast your collegue may understood.
other end i cant understood where your are?
Another question is, i have tried to make the LOV not case sensitive by following instructions on the website http://tompeez.wordpress.com/2012/08/. The website >explains about creating view criteria and adding bind variables. But this did not help at all, the search has never ignored case. May be this is because, the >data is programatically populated (not from the database query)
But this did not help at all, the search has never ignored case.hey did you see that right corner of Viewcrieteria query execution mode
if the data being queried from db means fine it will works it is working fine for me.
I fixed the issue by creating a view criteria with Contains option for all the attributes and tick Ignore Case option for all the attributes. Since i have selected 'Contains' for the attributes in the view criteria, my inputListOfValues showed 'Contains' as default (instead of Starts With)
This didn't work for me earlier, as i missed couple of steps mentioned below.
Under Attributes option, Select List of Values and make sure
to select Input Text with List of Values (if using this LOV for Input List of values)
to select 'Include Search Region' with the view criteria created.