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Looking at code that I think is using a lov control. Can anyone point me to an lov control tutorial

Looking at code that I think is using a lov control. Can anyone point me to an lov control tutorial

Looking at code that I think is using a lov control. Can anyone point me to an lov control tutorial

(OP)
<ms:lov
id="iClerk"
image="images/btnBrowse.gif"
beanName="com.RoleFacility"
properties="username,firstName,lastName,facilityName"
headers="TO Identifier,First Name, Last Name, Area Office"
columns="username,firstName,lastName,facilityName"
form="IEditForm"
fields="dStr"
returns="username"
width="800"
height="600">
<ms:lovFilter property="dId" value="0" operator="gt"/>
<ms:lovFilter property="subRoleCode" value="IpO,ISPO" operator="in"/>
</ms:lov>

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RE: Looking at code that I think is using a lov control. Can anyone point me to an lov control tutorial

(OP)
I see I did not understand this at the time. The was created using a taglib.

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