Hi all,
If you give a look at idm\sample\forms\SapUserform.xml you'll find line 525 (in the code below "name" is the name of the SAP resource):
<Field name='agObjs[$(colName)].AGR_NAME'>
                    <Display class='Select'>
                      <Property name='required' value='true'/>
                      <Property name='allowedValues'>
                        <invoke name='listResourceObjects' class='com.waveset.ui.FormUtil'>
                  </Field>AGR_NAME is the technical name of a SAP Role. If you look more carefully at the object agObjs[$(colName)] you can see that there is also an AGR_TEXT element which is the description of the SAP Role.
If you need to get the AGR_TEXT value you'll have to do:
<Field name='AGList-$(name)'>
    <invoke name='listResourceObjects' class='com.waveset.ui.FormUtil'>
Problem: AGR_TEXT is only present for an already existing SAP role and if you add a role using "addAGRowButton", AGR_NAME doesn't have any value (it will only if you checkin and checkout the addition of the role in the SAP resource).
My need: replacing "allowedValues" of the "AGR_NAME" Select code given above by a "valueMap" which would have "AGR_NAME" as a key and "AGR_TEXT" as a value, so that it is more understandable for the user.
Question: How can I get the "AGR_TEXT" value that is associated with an "AGR_NAME" value without doing a checkin/checkout ?
Thanks a lot for your help,

hello Michael,
I could fix the transport system, was a network issue, but the DB13 error continue, now when I test the DB connection the following error is show by the PRD system.
Connect. test with "dbmcli db_state"                         Unsuccessful
I decided to close this message and open another in MaxDB forum.
Edited by: Hernando Polanía C on Oct 18, 2011 6:32 PM

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