On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 8:54 PM, Simon Riggs <simon(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> wrote:
> Well, I meant that you would select two things:
> * Base Type (List control) e.g. Integer
> * Array or Not (Radio Button) e.g. Non-Array
> which would then result in a non-array Integer. So the radio button
> alters the meaning of the item selected from the list box.
For an UI element where the choices are boolean a radio button is
inappropriate - that's what a checkbox is for, e.g.
Type [integer ] Array? [x]
The radio button should be used to select from distinct options - for
example, in a trigger you might use radio buttons for BEFORE UPDATE or
I guess the question though, is whether we would want the option to
global or local. I'd probably lean toward global rather than
cluttering every dialogue with extra controls - especially as users
either know about array types and use them, or don't use them.
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