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    Hi Shivam,

    Since this is a Jira REST API issue and not so much on the Simplifier side, I cannot give you a solution to this problem, unfortunately.
    I only found this thread in the Atlassian forum where a user also had a problem with base64 files:

    https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Jira-questions/Jira-dosen-t-decode-base64-attachment-request-REST-API/qaq-p/916427

    Maybe this can help you.

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    Hi,

    I assume that you retrieve the text that you want to display from some kind of data source using a connector. Is the text retrieved correctly and just displayed in the wrong format or is the connector output already in the wrong format?

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    Hi Patrick,

    You can fire a button’s press event via script like this:

    sap.ui.getCore().byId(“yourButtonId”).firePress();

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    Hi Shivam,

    You can change the input placeholder style like this:

    input.sapMInputBaseInner::placeholder {
    font-style: normal!important;
    }

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    Hi Ashish,

    When working with custom CSS for OpenUI5 widgets, it’s often necessary to add the term ‘!important’ after your CSS to make sure the standard CSS is overwritten. For example:

    .yourCustomClass{
    background-color: black!important;
    margin-top: 2rem!important
    }

    Maybe this can solve your problem.

    in reply to: Style cell in sheetJS
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    Hi Fulya,

    in a SimpleForm, a Label always starts a new line. So if you want to have two input fields next to each other, you can implement your SimpleForm like in this example: https://sapui5.hana.ondemand.com/#/entity/sap.ui.layout.form.SimpleForm/sample/sap.ui.layout.sample.SimpleFormToolbar

    simple form - two inputs

    Or you can set the SimpleForm’s property ‘layout’ to ‘ColumnLayout’, so all labels/inputs are arranged in columns (implemented in this example: https://sapui5.hana.ondemand.com/#/entity/sap.ui.layout.form.SimpleForm/sample/sap.ui.layout.sample.SimpleForm_Column_oneGroup234)

    simple form - columns

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    Hi Maitree,

    we have a Plugin for establishing video calls/chats, but this is a paid feature, so you will need a license to use it.
    For more information, please contact our sales department: sales@simplifier.io
    Thank you!

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    Hi Klaus,

    You can call a template dynamically (e.g. in a server side business object) like this:

    var folder = input.folder;
    var templateName = input.template;
    var template = Simplifier.Template[folder][templateName]();
    output.template = template;

    Note that the template has to exist in both folders.

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    The widgets on your Simplifier instance are only overwritten, if you import (with the import file containing the respective widgets) and select the ‘overwrite’ option. A Simplifier version update does not change your Widgets, so the changes you made in the Widgets are not affected.

    You are right, there are several header properties of Widgets that are not flagged as translatable.
    We will look into this, thank you for noticing!

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    Since you also can open .csv files in Excel (using the correct delimiter), we usually implement an excel export like in my example above.

    If you have to export an .xls file, you can take a look at javascript libraries that export data in the required format, like https://sheetjs.com/opensource.

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    Hi Shivam,

    In general, to export data in csv format, you have to convert the json model data from your table to csv format (text separated by semicolons), then create a blob file and save it.

    Here is one example how to do this:

    Step 1) Convert json model data of table to csv format using the Papa Parse library:

    var oJsonData = this.getGlobals().getVar(“oTableData”); //the json model of your table
    var oCsvData = Papa.unparse(oJsonData);

    Step 2) Create blob file and save it:

    //download csv file
    var oBlob = new Blob([oCsvData], {
    type: ‘text/csv;charset=utf-8;’
    });
    saveAs(oBlob, “my.csv”);

    In the Papa Parse documentation, you can find more options to format json to csv: https://www.papaparse.com/

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    If your Simplifier user is an Administrator and/or has the required permission (Widgets – Administrate), you can flag the header property of the Generic Tile as translatable yourself:

    • On the dashboard, select the ‘Widgets’ tile and search for ‘GenericTile’, click on the edit button (pencil)
    • Make sure that the version is ‘OpenUI5 1.60’
    • In the property table on the right, look for ‘header’ and make sure the switch for ‘Translatable’ is on
    • Click on save (on the upper right corner)
    • After making changes in widgets, please reload your application (exit and edit again) and then deploy it

    Please let me know if that works for you.

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    In our standard widgets, the Generic Tile’s header should already be flagged as translatable, so it appears in the PO file:

    generic_tile_widgetpo_file

    Could you check, if this is also the case on your Simplifier system?

    • On the dashboard, select the ‘Widgets’ tile and search for ‘GenericTile’, click on the edit button (pencil)
    • Make sure that the version is ‘OpenUI5 1.60’
    • In the property table on the right, look for ‘header’ and make sure the switch for ‘Translatable’ is on
    • Click on save (on the upper right corner)
    • After making changes in widgets, please reload your application (exit and edit again) and then deploy it
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    Hello Shivam,

    you could use the widget ‘sap.ui.unified.Calendar’ (documentation: https://openui5.hana.ondemand.com/api/sap.ui.unified.Calendar):
    calendar
    You can find an example implementation here: https://openui5.hana.ondemand.com/1.60.31/#/sample/sap.ui.unified.sample.CalendarSingleDaySelection/preview

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    Hello Shivam,

    the sap.ui.Table should be available as a standard widget, just search for ‘ui_table_Table’ in the UI Designer or in the Widgets tile and you should find it.
    You can find an example implementation here: https://sapui5.hana.ondemand.com/1.60.32/#/sample/sap.ui.table.sample.Basic/preview

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