How to in Jdeveloper ADF – increase the inputcomboboxlistofvalues dialog width


Problem:

To increase the width of the af:inputcomboboxlistofvalues dialog box.

Solution:

Recently I have been challenged to increase the width of the af:inputcomboboxlistofvalues dialog box. using contentStyle or inlinestyle will increase the width of the component and the dialog box will remain the same. So i thought of playing with the CSS file and could possibly achieve the width with the following hack.


<af:resource type=”css”>
.adf_dialog_main{
   min-width: 500px;
}
</af:resource>
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5 thoughts on “How to in Jdeveloper ADF – increase the inputcomboboxlistofvalues dialog width

  1. Annabelle W. Mcgowan

    Recently I have been challenged to increase the width of the af:inputcomboboxlistofvalues dialog box. using contentStyle or inlinestyle will increase the width of the component and the dialog box will remain the same. So i thought of playing with the CSS file and could possibly achieve the width with the following hack.

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  2. Tyler

    Hi,This component is a great job, but I found a liettl bug. When You try to use advance query and add two filter on the same field, in Your case DepartmenName. Then press search everything is ok. But trie to change one filter value and one more time press search. It doesn’t work as the first time. The component doesn’t see changes. What I found and it’s vrey strange, this work only for field that is first in the view object. I now it’s strange and I’ve check it few times. The problem occures only for listOfValues. Have You any idea what is going on with that component and how to fix it?RegardsPeter.

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  3. läs mera

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  4. vladff

    Adf 12c

    af|inputListOfValues,
    af|inputComboboxListOfValues
    {
    -tr-stretch-search-dialog: true;
    }

    af|inputListOfValues::dialog af|dialog::content-center,
    af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dialog af|dialog::content-center
    {
    min-width:700px;
    min-height:500px;
    }

    Default LOV dialog width + resize 🙂

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