Multi-Select Checkbox-List Tweet
A multiple select-list with Checkboxes
This multi-select list is an easy-to-use solution for special Filter-Items in Reports.
New Features (V1.0.3)
Cascading LOV Feature now available
The cascading LOV Feature is now available.
Pre-Search Option available
The Pre-Search Option means an additional Filter-Item to filter the visible values.
or if you use IDs:
To handle such value string please have a look below to the requirements section.
The List of return-values should not be greater than 4000 characters. Reason is the 4000 character limitation of Oracle VARCHAR2 Objects in APEX.
The download file includes the old Release 1.0 and the current Release 1.0.3 with the Cascading LOV Feature and the Pre-Search Option.
There are no requirements for this Plugin.
But multi-select-lists like this return multiple values. Such multiple value strings must be handled.
You can find a solution at my Demo-page on
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I'm not sure if I have the right understanding of your problem.
Please have a look at my demo once more. I've created 2 new Items that shows the return values of Manager- and Job-Filter and it works fine. After you select or de-select Managers or Jobs you have to press "Apply Filter" to see the new value.
Another way is to check session-values for this items with the apex-dev-toolbar - press "Session" and check the session values.
Or set DEBUG-Mode to YES. This renders additional Buttons for every Checkbox Item called "Get checkbox values". If you press this button an alert will show you the return value of you multi-CB Item.
Please try this and let me know if everything's ok.
input type="hidden" value="11268673919332894388" name="p_arg_names">
input id="P2_MANAGER_FILTER" type="hidden" value="7782:7934:7947:7521" name="p_t02"
I still didnt get it. If I watch your Demo and choose all managers I see the following in firebug:
So this seems to be stored. But I need to write into a seperate Item.
If I create an Item :
Select :P2_MANAGER_FILTER from dual
it will not show anything.
And If i try:
select 1 from table (parse_ms_valuelist_to_sql(:P2_MANAGER_FILTER))
there is still no result. I hope you can help.
I still dont see a result.
please have a look at my Demo
and follow the instructions under the "Usage"-Section at the right side of the demo-page. This should give you the answer.
just one Question. How do i get the values stored in this page item? I am creating a workflow and the values seen should be stored in my query. Thx in advance.
please download the latest release from here
and try again. I check it with APEX 4.2.1 and it works.
I am using apex 4.1.1, but the problem is
when i checked the All, the checboxes in the list not get checked, i have to checked one by one in apex 4.1.1 or apex 4.2
yes, there is.
There are 2 ways to change the label "All".
1. Changing the "All" label for all checkbox-items in your application:
Go to Shared components -> Plug-ins and edit the PlugIn: Multi-Select-Checkbox-List. In PL/SQL Code search the string "Alle
2. Changing the "All"-Label for a specific item:
Find out the object-id of the "All"-Label you want change (with Firebug).
$('#fs_P1_DEPT > label').text("changed").
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