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Please tell me how to clear values selected on select options in webdynpro

Hi all,

I have created a webdynpro component with individual radio buttons, wrote select options code in wddoinit and under one action method of one of the the radio buttons say radio2 I wrote code to visible select options. When ever I click that particular radio button select options is visible,selected some values that's fine.And my question is when I ever I clicked on radio button other than radio2 and then coming back to the radio2 , Values which are selected previously on the select options are not clearing....

Please solve my issue.



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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 11:28 AM


    use RESET_SELECTION_FIELD method to reset the previous values.


    wd_this->M_HANDLER->RESET_SELECTION_FIELD( I_ID ='<FIELD_ID>' ). " m_handler is the reference of select options

    To reset all fields, you can simply use,




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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 12:04 PM

    Hi Anusha,

    To reset single field data : RESET_SELECTION_FIELD( ) method to be used

    To reset multiple fields data : RESET_ALL_SELECTION_FIELDS( ) method to be used

    Thanks & Regards,

    Sankar Gelivi.

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