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Multi select in the table view.

Hi,

My requirement is to select the multiple row in the table view, and pass into the database when clicking the update button.

My doubt is How to capture the Multi selected value in the Tableview with out using Iterator.

Can u provide any sample code is most useful to me.

this requirement is very urgent.

answer should be rewarded.

Regards,

Ravi.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2006 at 03:38 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    I think using iterator is required if you want to retrieve data back, coz if you render each table cell as input field (read only) then only you can get the data back by using get_form_fields method.

    Please refer how to use iterator from the following weblog. Using iterator with MVC approach will ease your task.

    /people/brian.mckellar/blog/2003/10/31/bsp-programming-htmlb-tableview-iterator

    Cheers

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    • you can do it without iterator.

      use the following code in oninputprocessing.

      data: table_event type ref to cl_htmlb_event_tableview,

      table type ref to cl_htmlb_tableview .

      table ?= cl_htmlb_manager=>get_data( request = request

      name = 'tableView'

      id = 'tv1' ).

      table_event ?= table->data.

      CALL METHOD table_event->get_rows_selected

      • EXPORTING

      • INCLUDECURRENTSELECTEDROW =

      RECEIVING

      selected_rows = selectedrows .

      now selectedrows table will hold the index number of the selected rows using which you can read your itab to get the selected rows value.

      (do you also have sort and filter in your tableview?)

      Regards

      Raja

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