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Unable to set the width of the tableview

I have set width = "500" of my tableview in my BSP page.

But it does not work if the lenght of the tablefields are longer.

I set fixedcolumn,Width,Wrapping attributes in my tableColumns.Still same problem..



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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 02:17 PM

    yes. sometimes this attribute doesnt work for desingn2002 or design2003(i dont remember which one).

    use the input field to fix the width.

    (1) use this in the table field

    <htmlb:inputField id = "eee"

    value = "<%=otr(YP_HRPA/OTR_ALIAS)%>"

    disabled = "FALSE"

    alignment = "RIGHT"

    size = "12"

    maxlength = "25"

    required = "TRUE"

    type = "STRING" />


    try using percenytages


    <htmlb:tableView id = "DOCUMENTS_R_OPEN"

    visibleRowCount = "12"

    width = "100%"

    headerVisible = "FALSE"

    headerText = "text"

    table = "<%= APPLICATION->T_DOCUMENTS_R_OPEN %>" >


    <htmlb:tableViewColumn columnName = "APPRAISER_NAME"

    title = "<%= otr(YP_HRPA/APPRAISER_NAME) %>"

    wrapping = "true"

    edit = "TRUE"

    width = "300">


    <htmlb:tableViewColumn title = "<%= otr(YP_HRPA/APPRAISAL_DOC_NAME) %>"

    columnName = "APPRAISAL_NAME"

    width = "300"

    wrapping = "FALSE"

    onCellClick = "CellClickDocument"

    type = "LINK"

    onItemClick = "CellClickDocument" >





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      If i use

      <htmlb:inputField id = "eee"> the size & maxlength is working..but my string contains more than 1000 chars,and the rest of the string is not visible.

      I want to see all the data in the field..i tried with <b> textView </b>...but not able to fix the prob.

      And i tried by setting percentage too

      width = "100%"..but still the problem persists.



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