This Formspider tutorial explains how to save the current state of a Grid component and restore it at a later point in time. This feature can be used to help users to store and later re-run the custom reports they prepare using the built-in features of the Grid component such as resizing, locking and moving Grid columns. Click here to read the tutorial.
Showing posts from June, 2013
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We are happy to announce the release of Formspider 1.4. FS 1.4 brings further improvements to the Grid component along with a bunch of other enhancements and bug fixes: Locked Columns The new Grid component features the ability to lock columns. This enables users to scroll horizontally through a large set of columns in a Grid without losing context. Save/Restore Grid State FS 1.4 features new API’s which allow developers to retrieve the current state of a Grid (order of columns, applied functions, hidden columns etc…) and apply this state to the Grid at a later time. This enables FS Developers to save the custom reports a user prepares in a Grid and have the user run these reports at a later time. You may view the full list of new features and enhancements here.
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This year, theScotland Oracle User Group Conferenceis being held on June 12th at the Oracle Linlithgow Office. At the event, I will be presenting “Building Applications with PL/SQL for the Cloud”at 10:10 in the Cloud track. If you are attending the event, let me know. I’d be happy to meet.