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This post shows you three and a half different ways to populate the choices. Hard-coding is best for when you have a small number of possibilities that are unlikely to change, such as in this example from the standard Group Edit RCDC:. The down side to this approach is that you run up against the character limit in the validation string very quickly — so this only works for a short list of options. By default the same validation regex is defined for both the EmployeeType attribute and binding, however this UocDropDownList control only seems to use the Binding one.
I regularly find I have too many choices to use the schema method. Unfortunately there is, as yet, no way to actively update the list of choices from, say, a database table — so I have to hard-code the options into an XmlDataSource section in my RCDC. Great post as usual Carol! Just a word of advice. I had big trouble copying the XML from your website. Hidden characters or something was causing the RCDC to fail.
Made the required edits and works great! Oh, and I found that you can only have characters in the Schema Validation string so that could also drive which method to use.
Subscribe in a reader. Build Export Menu MiisApp. Private Sub InsertDeltaObjects vbscript: Hello World script TechEd Demo 2: Script using WorkflowData Teched Demo 3: Hard-coded in the control Hard-coding is best for when you have a small number of possibilities that are unlikely to change, such as in this example from the standard Group Edit RCDC: XmlDataSource I regularly find I have too many choices to use the schema method.
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