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How to filter Translate values

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Hi Gurus,

Can any one of you please help me, We are in peoplesoft very old version 7.6 and have requirement
where we need to filter translate values on panel. We have 6 translate values for field but just want to show
3 out of them.I know we have cleardropdownlist and adddropdownitem functions in newer version but couldn't
find them in older version

Any Suggestions would be really helpfull.

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Re: How to filter Translate values

Hey indrapsoft,
I don't have PS 7.6 experience and it sucks that the functions are not available.
If you still can't find anything in PS 7.6 to accomplish that, I would just use different fields from a work record and hide/show the appropriate field on the page with the needed translate values.

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Re: How to filter Translate values

This is actually a question.....
i want to group the translate values. How to do that?
Example:- there are say 10 cities as translate values eg Kolkata, Guwahati,Delhi,Simla, Jammu, Hyd, Bangalore,Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, etc. Now I want to add Zones as East Zone(EZ), West Zone (WZ), North Zone (NZ) and SZ and group/map the cities with the 4 Zones. Like If I select EZ I should get Kolkata and Guwahati only.
Kindly suggest.

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Re: How to filter Translate values

you will need a way to map the countries to the zone 1st before you can create your drop down. Create a table that maps countries to zones, then add a zone drop down, one selected, another drop down appears with only the counties in the zone selected from the 1st drop down.

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