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Dynamic tables for Notes and on the web

TableWalker provides an easy to use solution for developing dynamic tables (aka grid controls) in Notes.

TableWalker provides an easy to use solution for developing dynamic tables (aka grid controls) in Notes. There are many solutions out there, however, this one differs in that no programming is needed.

This version works on the web and with the Notes client.

Table Walker allows for wrapping. Cut, copy and paste have been implemented along with a few more features.

The designer simply sets up a two-row table. The first row contains the column labels of the table; the second one is setup with multivalue fields containing the table's data. The table can be browsed via a configurable dialog box with Goto First, Next, Previous, Last, Insert, Delete, Sort, Move, and more buttons. The designer simply configures the dialog box form by setting up the fields that need to be tracked in the table. Everything else happens automatically.

The NSF contains an example along with detailed instructions on how to use and setup TableWalker.

The NSF file is found at
This was last published in June 2001

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