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New design element - dynamic table

We need a new design element to put on a Notes Form which would contain a resizable table. Perhaps it doesn't have to be a new design element, it could maybe be a richtext field but with new methods.

It would enable dynamic tables with arbitrary number of rows and maybe even columns, and it would be used to enable classical parent-child data relationship on a single Notes Document.

People now use their own creations and embedded views to display such relationships.


  • Guest
  • Aug 31 2018
  • Needs review
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  • Guest commented
    6 Nov, 2018 04:09pm

    How about a repeat control like xpages? And in this repeat you should be able to create a table row that will be repeated x number of times to create your table.


  • Guest commented
    18 Oct, 2018 10:28pm

    Sounds like a multi-column list box... That would be a lot simpler to implement and update

  • Guest commented
    3 Sep, 2018 07:24am

    OK, I'll elaborate, no problem :)

    Embedded views carry a lot of problems with them (refreshing, calculating totals, etc.) and also, if you take that route, it means a whole lot of child documents, one for each row. Sometimes you have just a couple of columns and the data could be written on the "parent" document.

  • Guest commented
    1 Sep, 2018 01:48pm

    What’s wrong with embedded views? It is dynamic, can be formatted well, and is fast.

    Please elaborate on your idea.


    Posted by Theo Heselmans