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Table and template in smartforms

Former Member
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what r the diff.s between TABLE AND TEMPLATE in smartforms..

ALso.. the diff. between LOOP and TABLE.. in smartforms..

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Former Member
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Hi,

Template :

1. No of rows & coloumns are fixed.

2. u can directly mention, which data has to be fill in which row & coloumn.

3. Templates are used, where u r having static no of data.

( ex : Name, rollno, age, sex)

4. No header & footer

Table :

1. No of cols are fixed, u can have 'n' no of rows.

2. it has header & footer concept

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A table is meant to be used to display dynamic number of lines (eg. invoice line items), whereas a template is for fixed number of column and lines (labels).

Please reward points if it helps

Thanks

Vikranth

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Former Member
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Hi,

Template :

1. No of rows & coloumns are fixed.

2. u can directly mention, which data has to be fill in which row & coloumn.

3. Templates are used, where u r having static no of data.

( ex : Name, rollno, age, sex)

4. No header & footer

Table :

1. No of cols are fixed, u can have 'n' no of rows.

2. it has header & footer concept

**************************************************************

A table is meant to be used to display dynamic number of lines (eg. invoice line items), whereas a template is for fixed number of column and lines (labels).

Please reward points if it helps

Thanks

Vikranth

former_member181995
Active Contributor
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please try to search yourself in SDN before throwing d thread in SDN.

i use the term TABLE AND TEMPLATE in smartform.

i got the ans.

Amit.

former_member184657
Active Contributor
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even after 190 posts, do someone still need to remind u to "search" b4 u post a thread in this forum??

its just a matter of common-sense!!!

pk