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In a Siebel application that uses standard interactivity, if in Base or Edit List mode, then the user can choose a record as the currently active record in a list applet. In high interactivity, the user can click anywhere in a row to choose it. This topic describes how to use the PositionOnRow control to distinguish between rows that are chosen and rows that are not chosen and how to configure the format of the currently chosen row. For more information, see About Standard Interactivity and High Interactivity.
Using the PositionOnRow Control to Distinguish Between Rows That Are Chosen and Rows That Are Not Chosen
To create the format for the currently chosen row, you change the CSS style sheet class that is associated with a row, such as in a TR tag. You can use the ListRowStyle parameter for the application object manager (AOM) to associate a list applet with a named style that Siebel CRM uses to format the rows of the applet. To make sure format is consistent, this technique applies to all list applets that the Siebel application uses. For more information about application object manager, see Siebel System Administration Guide.
You can define any name for the row style. A new Siebel Web Style file (SWS) defines the actual style sheet classes that this named style uses. This file is similar to the Siebel Web Format file that Siebel CRM uses for custom HTML types. The SWS files must include the sws file name extension, and must be installed in the same folder as the template files.
Similar to Siebel Web Format (SWF) files, the UserSWSName parameter defines the SWS file that the application object manager uses. The UserSWSName parameter can override existing styles or add new styles.
In the template file that the list applet references, you must replace the conditional tags used earlier with the RowStyle property of the applet. You can set the RowStyle property to a class attribute of any HTML tag. The format to define the RowStyle property of the list applet is similar to the format to define the TextAlignment property of a list column. The following code is an example of how to use the RowStyle property:
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