- Apr 01, 2014 · Make a Field Required using PeopleCode April 1, 2014 May 10, 2018 ~ Michael Nitschke Simple example of controlling whether a Field is required using PeopleCode instead of the Record definition properties.
- &LEVEL0 = GetLevel0(); The level zero rowset contains all the rows, rowsets, records, and fields underneath it. If the level zero rowset is formed from component buffer data, then the level zero rowset has one row of data and that row contains all the child rowsets, which in turn contain rows of data that contain other child rowsets.
- Anyone tried inserting multiple child rows? The spreadhseet is requiring the second child row to be entered horizontally instead of vertically, how do I get it to go vertical: I clicked Insert New Child, but it only works like this: BI_HDR: BU, INVOICE, BI_LINE 1, BI_LINE 2, BI_LINE3 Instead of: BI_HDR: BU, INVOICE, BI_LINE1 BI_LINE 2 BI_LINE 3 ...
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