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sap.ui.table - not showing all rows

I'm having an issue where the sap.ui.table is not showing all the rows, specifically, the last few rows. I've noticed message boards point towards setting the rowHeight, but is there any cleaner solution? I want this to apply to many tables I use across many pages of the application. See the below detail:

Here's the last VISIBLE row - no additionally scrolling is possible.

Here's the actual last row when I manually change the "setFirstVisibleRow"

Any help would be much appreciated!

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  • Here's a js code of the implementation - Additionally, I'm not using a container for for, and just returning - sap.ui.table.Table.

    oEPCTimelineTable = new sap.ui.table.Table("EPCTimelineProjectTable", {
    
          tableId: "EPCTimelineProjectTable",
    
          noData: "No Projects Found",
    
          visibleRowCountMode: "Auto",
    
          selectionMode: sap.ui.table.SelectionMode.None,
    
    			extension: toolbar,
    
          selectionBehavior: sap.ui.table.SelectionBehavior.Row
    
        }).setBusyIndicatorDelay(1);
    
  • it is hard to help unless you share some code on your view implementation.

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  • Posted on Oct 24, 2019 at 06:29 AM

    Hi Bruce,


    I had the same problem and, for me, it's not the table.
    For me is the cointener of the table (like <App> or <Page> or <ComponentContainer>)

    Could we see the xml code ?

    Thanks ;)
    Sebastiano

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    • Hi Sebastiano, from my notes above, I'm instantiating the table and using that as the layout. Is there a specific container that you suggest? When I've wrapped the table in "<App>" - i tend to lose the footer/formatting and then I'd have to set "visibleRowCount" on binding.

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