The mechanics would be:
- Set a field to a value (like clicking a "select" button...having that button SetField)
- Performing a find on that field for that value
- Deleting the found set
In list view, the "select button" could simply be a checkbox on the field in question, setting the value of that field to "Delete Me"
Then clicking a button marked "Delete selections" which would run a script to find all of the records with "Delete Me" in that field, and delete that particular found set.
I do it before post my question but doesn't work
How do you expect us to help you if you don't tell us exactly what you tried?
Its as if you went into a doctors office with a brain tumor and just said "i'm sick".
Would you expect the Doctor to just figure it out based on your statement?
My answer to "it doesnt work" would be.. "fix it". Not very helpful right?
I want to mark my records and delete that records together, for example, mark 3 records on list view and delete that records together by press one button
@Eric Twiname gave you the instructions on one way of doing it...Did you follow his directions?
If yes and it "didnt work" then post your script.
After 5 bazillion posts you know how this forum works.
I do it by my self but as I said I don't do this work until now can you send me something so can I learn it.
Then it would appear that you made a mistake when you tried it by yourself. We can't see that mistake from here. Try posting the script that you used to do this. Then others can see your mistake and tell you what you need to change.