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"Multi-Select List" kind on RTC 4.0 editor presentation is deprecated.. How to fix that?


Claudia Callegari (44449771) | asked Aug 10 '12, 4:37 p.m.
Hi,
In RTC 3.x I had an attribute implemented as a multi-select list (basically a Large String attribute type with a "multi-select list" kind at the presentation level).
I have just migrated my repository from 3.x to 4.x, and I noticed that this "multi-select list" kind at the editor presentation level says it is "deprecated".
I looked at the documentation but it is hard for me to find where it has been documented.
I would like to know the new approach to implement this functionality, so I can apply the appropriate changes to my process template.
Thanks!
--Claudia

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Claudia Callegari (44449771) | answered Aug 10 '12, 6:04 p.m.

The only way I found to solve this, is by defining a new attribute having:

"Type= myEnumeration (Enumeration List)"  --> in the WI attributes

"Kind = Checkbox Enumeration List // Picker Enumeration List" --> at editor presentation level

Is this the correct approach?

--Claudia


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sam detweiler (12.5k6195201) | answered Aug 10 '12, 6:36 p.m.
see this
The new attribute-type enumeration list replaces the multi-list presentation. It contains support for queries and printing.

in this page 4.0 news

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sam detweiler commented Aug 11 '12, 8:43 a.m.

the other thing you cannot change an existing variable type.. once its defined in the database, you are stuck with it. so you can only create a new variable and presentation, and migrate your old data over somehow (export/import for example)


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Jorge Afonso (645) | answered Jul 23 '13, 3:27 p.m.

What version of RTC does this deprecated Checkbox Multi-Select field become unsupported by IBM?

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