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If I have a working Dynamic Data Service in a Composer form, and I want to re-implement the same UI in Maestro, can I call the same Groovy Service in TM from both forms? Will the Maestro Dynamic Data Button function exactly the same way as the Composer Dynamic Data Button (from a TM point of view)

 

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      The answer is "yes, very easily".

      I just finished my first migration of a Composer Dynamic Data implementation to a Maestro Dynamic Data implementation.

      There were a few gotchas that were solved over this forum, but I got there in the end.

      Key takeaways are:

      • Don’t stress about matching field names with service names. Although this is important in Composer, it is not important in Maestro: you get to map these in a nice UI, and you could be wasting time trying to get this right by editing Field Reference IDs.
      • Mapping a large amount of results fields can be a bit of a drag (pardon the pun), but there is currently no workaround (at the time of writing; a change request has been raised).
      • Make sure that when you map fields, that you drag and drop the fields into the right hand column, not the left – otherwise you will get a big ugly Java null object error on execution.

       

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