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BBDeveloper
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Re: Regarding UI Manager

Plz.. check the last link posted.

Use Search. "Accept Solution" If the problem is resolved.
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nimesh
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Re: Regarding UI Manager

Thanks for your reply but the link you have given has some codes missing so I'm not able to implement.

The sample code has screen in it, whose object is it.

 

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Nimesh

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vaikunth
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Re: Regarding UI Manager

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U can use subLayout() through which you can set the fields and also the Flow field manager.

 

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Vaikunth

 

 

 

Message Edited by vaikunth on 02-17-2009 04:37 AM
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vaikunth
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Re: Regarding UI Manager

Dear Nimesh.

If you have icon,label,Editfield then use HorizontalFieldManager.

Make a new instance of HorizontalFieldManager for every row.

It is working.

Try it out.

 

Regards

vaikunth

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nimesh
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Re: Regarding UI Manager

Thnks for the suggestion.

It's working

 

Thank You

Nimesh

 

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