I'm creating some web forms and one of the fields will be a drop-down that contains a fixed list of values. This is nice and easy because I can choose to 'Create a List' and then add the values to the list in the web form definition.
However, I would also like to use this list in a different form without having to type in the information again creating two lists to maintain. This would make me think I should use the 'Link to a table in the database' option. This is where things start go wrong for me.
I can't see a simple way of creating and maintaining a list in a table without having to manually create a table in the database (outside of LDDA) and building some way of keeping it up to date via an import rule using another source such as a CSV.
In short, is there a standard way of building a table, keeping that up to date, and then referencing it from a web form?
A perfect example of this is the 'Map IP Gateways To Locations' web form. This allows me to update the contents of a table and reference this as many times as I like but this table already exists. I'd like the same functionality of list creatin/maintenance but without manual modification of the database as that will be difficult for my customer to maintain long-term.
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