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Tuned Listener
Posts: 67
Registered: ‎11-29-2011

SalesLogix Web Groupbox control

Hi,

 

In SalesLogix Web, is there any control like GroupBox in the LAN version? Just need some UI to group stuff.

 

Thanks a lot!

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Posts: 3,087
Registered: ‎03-19-2009

Re: SalesLogix Web Groupbox control

There are couple (ActiveX controls) approaches you can use:

      1 - Panel

      2 - GroupBox

      3 - Bevel

 

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Posts: 85
Registered: ‎04-01-2009

Re: SalesLogix Web Groupbox control

I'm not familiar with LAN controls, but would be interested in comments on typical use of these SalesLogix quick form controls:


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Control Container Control (QFControlsList)

Standard Use

Allows you to isolate groups of controls in a Container control based on a particular data value. For example, you can use a base Container control that contains two containers; one group of controls to show when an opportunity is open, and a different group of controls to show when the opportunity is closed. You can use Container controls within Container controls.

 

Panel Control (QFPanel)

Standard Use

Use the Panel control to group controls or to evenly space multiple controls in an area of the form. For example, if you want to evenly space three buttons across two columns, insert a Panel control that spans both columns, change the number of columns within the panel from one to three, and then insert a button into each column.

Use the Panel control if you have a single group of controls. Use the MultiTab control if you have multiple groups of controls that use the same space on the form.