Question4Replies657Views×Close popoverSonu Rathore (SonuR675) Virtusa Consulting Services Virtusa Consulting Services IN View Profile SonuR675 Member since 2014 6 posts Virtusa Consulting Services Posted: October 12, 2017Last activity: October 16, 2018Posted: 12 Oct 2017 15:47 EDTLast activity: 16 Oct 2018 12:03 EDT Closed Rendering Dynamic Sections/LayoutHi,I need to implement a dynamic user interface. i have database table like below is the example.Property NameProperty TypeEmployee NameTextEmployee AgeIntegerI Need to fetch the data and render a dynamic User interface as attached snippet.Is it possible to create dynamic ui at runtime through pega ?Thanks**Moderation Team has archived post**This post has been archived for educational purposes. Contents and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar question, please write a new post. User Experience ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 12 Oct 2017 15:51 EDT×Close popoverSonu Rathore (SonuR675) Virtusa Consulting Services Virtusa Consulting Services IN View ProfileSonuR675 Virtusa Consulting Services replied to SonuR675Attached is the db table snippet. Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 13 Oct 2017 15:50 EDT×Close popoverLee Pederson (pedel) PEGA Principal Instructor Pegasystems Inc. US View Profilepedel PEGA replied to SonuR675Verifying what you are requesting... You want to query a database table that contains meta-data about columns that either do or do not exist in other database tables. The meta-data consists of column names and their associated data type, e.g., String, Integer, date.. In a UI you want to vertically display the columns as label1, field1, label2, field2, ..., etc. If a field is an Integer you want it validated as being an integer, if the field is date you want it validated as being a date, etc. Is this correct? Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 16 Oct 2017 3:14 EDT×Close popoverSonu Rathore (SonuR675) Virtusa Consulting Services Virtusa Consulting Services IN View ProfileSonuR675 Virtusa Consulting Services replied to pedelHi Pedel, yes the above understanding is correct. i need to display the labels and fields in vertically. Thanks, Sonu Rathore Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 16 Oct 2017 9:21 EDT×Close popoverLee Pederson (pedel) PEGA Principal Instructor Pegasystems Inc. US View Profilepedel PEGA replied to SonuR675You could define a Data- class with a ".DataType" Property that enumerates allowed values such as "Text", "Integer", "Datetime", etc. You would also define or use an existing Property for each .DataType value. Properties with the proper associated controls that already exist include: pyTemplateDataField Text pyTemplateCalendar Datetime pyTemplateCheckbox TrueFalse Define a Section named "DataTypeEntry" that displays .pyTemplateDataField. Circumstance that Section using .DataType. Modify each circumstanced section to use the appropriate property/control combination For example, for the .DataType = DateTime circumstance, display .pyTemplateCalendar. Within the same Data- class define a "Combo" Section with a Stacked layout. Place read-only .pyLabel on top and the editable "DataTypeEntry" Section beneath it. Be sure to style .pyLabel to have it appear as a being a Label. Your grid would display a PageList of the Data- class that you defined.