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How to set total number of row count in growing mode sap.m.Table More button


I am implementing growing mode sap.m.Table which consumes a odata service where there are more that 9000 records. So I do not want to load all record at once. I am loading 20 records at time. On click of More button I will load next 20 records and so on.

But as per guideline, we need to show total number of rows count below the More button(i.e; More [20/9000]).

I am able to get total number of rows count by calling service with $count. But i do not how to set this count value in table control. Can any one help?



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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 09:19 AM

    Hi Vinayak,

    Will this sample help? Plunker

    In the above sample, it shows max records as '100' (I have hard-coded to that value to show how you can change the number) but there are only 14 records loaded on application.



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    • I think it is better not to use the filters in your get method.

      Because you are saying that top='20' so the model is getting the 20 records and the model is binding to the table with 20 records and as a result it is displaying More[10/20].

      I am not sure,

      but you can try it once you may get the result.



  • Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 08:34 AM

    Hi Vinayak,

    Please refer to the link How to count the number of rows in a table in s... | SCN .

    It may help you.


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