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Problem with table UI


I have a table UI element which i have mapped it to the context node.

Cardinality is 0-n.

Selection cardinality is 1-n.

And in the table UI selection mode is <b>multi</b>.

When i run the application i am unable to multiselect the rows in the table.

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 03:10 PM


    Set selection mode to "auto" and it would be taken from context node selection property.

    Check this


    Specifies in which way the table rows can be selected.

    In general, the selection of table rows is specified by the definition of the context node selection. However, you can change the selection using the selectionMode property. The selectionMode property can be filled with the following values and is represented by the enumeration type WDTableSelectionMode.

    auto The selection of the table is specified by the selection of the context node.

    multi Multiple table rows can be selected if the context node allwos multiple selection.

    single Only one row can be selected at a time.

    If you assign the single value to the selectionMode property, you can only select one row at a time, even if multiple is defined for the context node.


    Best regards, Maksim Rashchynski.

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