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Auto expand Column/ Wrap text in Port Opening Form

Hi Experts,

version: SM 9.64

we have customised Port Opening form in Change Management containing 10 columns, when user types multiple IP address in source and destination field it is not easily visible to user. Therefore, they have copy all text and paste in notepad to see the data or use print option(only once the CR is saved).

Looking for auto expand column just like Warp text in Excel, I have attached word document with snapshots.

 

Request your help on below requirement, I managed to get the port opening form but when I type multiple IP address in source IP or Dest IP, it does not expand. However, when I use print. I get desired result as shown below.

 

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When we use print button on the top right corner, I get the desired result, similar thing is expected with using print button.

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Best regards,

Thanks in advance

 

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Re: Auto expand Column/ Wrap text in Port Opening Form

Currently not possible this way. An alternative is not use the table format object at all; use the HTML instead (that you need to develop the code to show) and create the variable fields with the GUI you desire and create button to the Add, Remove the fw rules.
Regards,
Breno Abreu

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