You can begin with a custom profile and set the appropriate paging
config.Then set the script in config.jsp or html.jsp
Hi Robert,Let me elaborate further with a concrete example. Suppose you
have a "Person" schema with the following structure (refer attached
file) :personType -> (firstName : stringType, homeAddress : addressType,
officeAddress : addressType)addressType -> (houseNumber : intType,
street : stringType) Now we can make a form fragment called "Address"
corresponding to the "addressType" complextype, and a form "Person"
corresponding to the "personType" schema root, using the same schema.In
Hi Robert,In addition to what Deepak, mentioned, you can also add
indices in the bindRef property of the container panel of the fragment.
for example /root/Address, /root/Address ... The idea is to assign
unique xpaths, in the bindRef property so that the different fields map
to different subtrees of the data xml on submission. Form 6.2 onwards,
all fields which map to same xpaths in the submit xml are "synced" so
that value entered in one field is reflected in the other in accordance