Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
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The Grid enables one to capture structured and related data.
The easiest way to see how the Grid works are to use the existing built-in App Expenses Claims. Here are the steps:
Figure 4: Configure Grid Properties
Column definition and column label.
The column name is defined in the Field ID column whereas the corresponding label is defined in the label column.
Element ID (By declaring as "approval_comments", a corresponding database table column "c_approval_comments" will be created)
Please see Form Element for more information about defining the ID and list of reserved IDs.
|Label||Element Label to be displayed to the end-user.|
Figure 5 : Configure Grid - UI & Validation
Determines if the element is editable.
Attach a Validator plugin to validate the input value. Please see Form Validator.
|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.|
|Load Data From|
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 another form.
|Save Data to||Option by default. Grid data will be saved/loaded in JSON format in its defined database cell.|
|Form||Form to store to or load from|
|Foreign Key||Foreign Key for records lookup.|