Yes I did, but maybe there is a difference in expectation on how it works. But the code below makes it stretch the list over the entire view / screen:

Code:
Use cWebView.pkg
Use cWebPanel.pkg
Use cWebForm.pkg
Use cWebEdit.pkg
Use cWebHtmlBox.pkg
Use cWebButton.pkg
Use cWebLabel.pkg

Use Dynamic\cWebListDynamic.pkg

Object oSQLQueryView is a cWebView
   Set psCaption to "SQL Query"
   Set piMaxWidth to 0

   Object oWebMainPanel is a cWebGroup
      Set piColumnCount to 12
      Set pbFillHeight to True

      Object oQuery is a cWebEdit
         Set piHeight to 150
         Set pbShowLabel to False
         Set piColumnSpan to 0
         Set piMaxLength to 1000
         
         Procedure onLoad
            Set psValue to 'select * from customer'
         End_Procedure

      End_Object


    
      Object oResult is a cSQLQueryContainer
         Set piColumnSpan to 0
         Set pbFillHeight to True
        
         Set psBackgroundColor to '#FFFFFF'

         {WebProperty=Client}
         Property tWebRow[] ptGridRows

         {WebProperty=Client}
         Property Integer piImage

         {WebProperty=Client}
         Property String psUpdatedSince

         Procedure onLoad
            Set pbFillHeight to True 
            Send LoadGrid
            
         End_Procedure

      End_Object

      
      Object oRunButton1 is a cWebButton
         Set piColumnSpan to 2
         Set piColumnIndex to 0

         Set psCaption to "Run"

         Procedure OnClick
            String sSQL
            WebGet psValue of oQuery to sSQL
            Send sqlQuery of  oResult sSQL
         End_Procedure

      End_Object

      Object oClearButton2 is a cWebButton
         Set piColumnSpan to 2
         Set piColumnIndex to 2
         Set psCaption to "Clear"


         Procedure OnClick
            WebSet psValue of oQuery to ''
            Send updatehtml of oResult ''
         End_Procedure
      End_Object


   End_Object

End_Object