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Can xpages display data similar to fraction format?


Can xpages display data similar to fraction format?

By : Ira Bo
Date : November 28 2020, 09:01 AM
This might help you Yes you can, by using number converters. For example here are some computed fields whose values are calculated as fractions, but displayed as percentages:
code :
<xp:text escape="true" id="computedField1" value="#{javascript:return 29/30;}">
    <xp:this.converter>
        <xp:convertNumber type="percent"></xp:convertNumber>
    </xp:this.converter>
</xp:text>
<xp:br />
<xp:text escape="true" id="computedField2" value="#{javascript:return 12/30;}">
    <xp:this.converter>
        <xp:convertNumber type="percent"></xp:convertNumber>
    </xp:this.converter>
</xp:text>
<xp:br />
<xp:text escape="true" id="computedField3" value="#{javascript:return 15/30;}">
    <xp:this.converter>
        <xp:convertNumber type="percent"></xp:convertNumber>
    </xp:this.converter>
</xp:text>
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XPages - format data in a computed field

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By : Simon Liu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you set property escape to "false" in computed field then you can get newlines with
. Assuming, you mean as a sentence a string ending with a period then you can use replace() to put the
into your text:
code :
<xp:text
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    id="computedField1">
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</xp:text>
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code :
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code :
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            }]]></xp:this.getAsString>
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code :
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Recently, I scraped data from a website and it resembles data table in the input variable below. , Try
code :
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