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Old 19th March 2021, 15:23
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Baan: BaanERP - DB: oracle - OS: win2000(clt)-unix(srv)
Checkbox display format
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Hi,
I try to understand how the display of checkboxes works...
For exemple in session tppin4151m000, 4 "tppdm.yeno" fields are displayed.
2 looks like "round", 2 looks like "boxes"...
I don't manage to find where this property is setted...
Any idea? Thanks.
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Check the session - ttgfd4520m000 - Domains to be displayed as Checkbox
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Hello, thank you for your answer, but it's not linked to the domain (all 4 fields are tppdm.yeno).
In fact, the result is in the property of fields in DFE (see att.)
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I think it is in the stylesheet of LN UI. Difference between not-applicable and read-only.
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Hi,
I try to understand how the display of checkboxes works...
For exemple in session tppin4151m000, 4 "tppdm.yeno" fields are displayed.
2 looks like "round", 2 looks like "boxes"...
I don't manage to find where this property is setted...
Any idea? Thanks.
Hi,
Go to sessions>select session>edit form> select field you want to be displayed as check boxes>open properties>Appearances
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