How does your database look like? Do you have a column for each one of those skills in your DB?
You need to load all the checkbox elements inside a collection that loads anytime the app is started. So you set this on the OnStart
Then you have another collection for all the elements that are being checked against. So on the checkbox Oncheck property, Set this
Then on your save button, add this
You could also twerk it to make it suit your process.
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Hello Silvester, my database is a relation database, in this case, the skill values is a catalog, this table have a 3 columns, idskill, cve and description, in my gallery show the description but i should insert in another table only the skill id.
Alright, @Ing_Jesus_Lopez ,
Assuming you are loading the skills checkboxes from the catalog, do this.
You need to have another collection for all the elements that are being selected. So on the checkbox's Oncheck property, Set this
Then on your save button, add this to the OnSelect Property
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