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Showing an integer field as a dropdown in subgrid - Model Driven Form

Hi All,

 

I was wondering if there is a way to show an integer column within a subgrid as a dropdown with dynamic values based on any business logic?

 

Something like this:

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Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Shalabh

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Sadly not - the controls within the editable Grid are the standard controls.

 

If you want something that works like an optionset you could always create an optionset

 

 

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Hello,

Not fully confident that this is what you're looking for - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zeiO-d31TE but your scenario is close to dynamic flyout menu.

Hi @a33ik 

 

Thanks for your reply. Looked at the link you shared, it mostly talking about customizing a ribbon button for a subgrid/homepagegrid/form using a flyout.

 

My requirement is more on the data column of an editable subgrid to be shown as a dropdown instead of an integer value.

If you want to have a column you either add a field that will have that data and use OOB grids or develop own custom control to have that feature.

I would like to re purpose the auto complete control but somehow it  didn't work with sub grid columns. 

My sub grid column shown as drop down is a dynamic option set.. any ideas on how to achieve this in an easier way then to write a custom control? 

 

Sadly not - the controls within the editable Grid are the standard controls.

 

If you want something that works like an optionset you could always create an optionset

 

 

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Perfect!! this is what I was looking for. Just wanted to validate if there are no prebuilt custom controls out there which can do this.  

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