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I am wondering if this is possible.

I would like to create same functionality as this image in my custom module.

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I could use a widget- product chooser, however that is letting me choose only one product. I need to select more than one product.

I will have just a button where I can click and then it will render the product chooser grid and then when selected multiple items, it sends id or sku in the input field.

Then later on I will save this info in to database.

Please suggest.

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  • Why not do like Mage_Adminhtml_Block_Catalog_Product_Grid with _prepareMassaction?
    – kiatng
    Sep 10, 2015 at 6:28
  • Yes, but have to save all other data in same time. Good to reduce the steps. Sep 10, 2015 at 7:20
  • Have you find the script for this? Please post here how to use in custom module? Feb 7, 2018 at 4:53

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This feature relies heavily on the Javascript vor the Magento Promotional rules.

It's location in file js/mage/adminhtml/rules.js. The method you want to look at is showChooserElement, which is called by initParam, this part to be exact.

var trig = elem.down('.rule-chooser-trigger');
if (trig) {
   Event.observe(trig, 'click', this.toggleChooser.bind(this, container));
}

So calling VarienRulesForm.showChooserElement(element); with the right kind of element (having all the required attributes) should in theory give you the chooser. Still, you'll need to do a lot of tweaking I guess.

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Updating for an old thread,

but I had the same issue and after searching for ALOT on SO threads I decided to make one. Just finished adding it to a git, it basically shows a button on an admin form that will launch a widget that can choose multiple products at once. I'll leave the github link.

https://github.com/ManZzup/Magento-Multi-Product-Chooser

Instead of showing the product chooser in the form, this will show a popup box (or a modal) that contains the product selection. All other features work as in the selector above.

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