How to create a LOOKUP Dynamic Folder with my own lookups

Hello colleagues,


I didn't find how can I create a Dynamic Folder in LOOKUPS to include my own lookups, from a specific package or with some specific prefix in the name or whatever.


Somebody have this need?


we want to bind my lookups and the folder to deploy to a production instance, but just can bind the lookups, the static folder where I added them (so cannot create a Dynamic one), but the static folder have no elements, I guess when imported to a new instance the id of the elements is another and didn't include them


I have no this problem in folder lookups of System setting, processes and another, just with lookups, I suppose is due to the another folders are dynamic ones.


So the question are:

  • It's possible to create a Dynamic Folder to lookups with met the conditions above, and
  • In case it isn't, how can I bind the static folder to lookups content?


Thanks in advance


Best regards


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Hello ,
You can Create Dynamic Folder based on their name . Please see the Attachment.

smit suthar,

Thanks Smith, I know to do this, but I have dozens of Lookups, for this reason I want to do a Dynamic Folder of LOOKUPS using the Starting as Using the Name (with my own prefix) or specifiing the package... But don't know how to get this filter (repeat for lookups)


Thanks again

Hello Julio.Falcon_Nodos,

You can create a dynamic folder and add "starts with" filtering for your prefix.

Anton, I have no access to object Code, I mean the internal code name of the lookup. What you get there is the name, localizable, not unique of the lookup, what I need to access is what you see in the image, below, and select "Code starts with Ndos" or "Package = Nodos.BirthdayGreeting"  to get all lookups created in the package in the folder.

Anton Starikov,

Anton, when I saw Name I refer to the internal code name, not to the localizable Name of the lookup, see my comment above. Thanks

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