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Grid enables one to capture structured and related data.
Figure 1: Screenshot highlighting Grid in sample HR Expenses Claim app
Figure 2: Grid Properties
|ID||Element ID (By declaring as "approval_comments", a corresponding database table column "c_approval_comments" will be created)|
|Label||Element Label to be displayed to end user.|
Column definition and column label.
Column name is defined in the value column whereas the corresponding label is defined in the label column.
Figure 3: Grid Properties - UI & Validation
Determines if the element is editable.
Attach a Validator plugin to validate the input value.
When will validation takes place?
Validation will takes place whenever form is submitted except when it is submitted as "Save as Draft".
|Min Number of Row Validation (Integer)||Min Number of Row Validation (Integer)|
|Max Number of Row Validation (Integer)||Max Number of Row Validation (Integer)|
|Error Message||Error message to be shown when row requirements set above is not met.|
Figure 4: Grid Properties - Data Binder
Option by default. Grid data will be saved/loaded in JSON format in its defined database cell.
In this example, Multirow Form Binder is used to load data from other form.
|Store Binder||Option by default. Grid data will be saved/loaded in JSON format in its defined database cell.|
Figure 5: Grid Properties - Data Binder - Multirow Form Binder
|Form||Form to store to or load from|
|Foreign Key||Foreign Key for records lookup.|