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I have doubt in multiselection..Its urgent

Hi All,

I have a table having four fields...They are

1> DocumentNo.

2> Amount

3> Description

4> Date

I have to implement multiple selection.

And if the amount is negative then I have to display a message"Installment Plan cant b created"

And on multiselection or on single selection I will be passing the documentno to the BAPI.

I have implemented the logic..But its not working.

So as per the requirement,I need it urgently..Kindly help me with the logic and the code snippet



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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 06:15 AM

    Hi DK,

    What is your Exact requirement? I Understood two points from your question.

    1)If Amount is not negative, you want to send it to backend?

    2)Table should support multiple support?

    Correct me, if i am wrong?

    The below code i am using to select multi row value

    ITableElement tableEle = null;

    for(int i=0;i<wdContext.nodeTable().size();i++){

    boolean aa = wdContext.nodeTable().isMultiSelected(i);


    wdComponentAPI.getMessageManager().reportSuccess(" Selected "+i);

    tableEle = (ITableElement)wdContext.nodeTable().getElementAt(i+1);


    amount = tableEle.getAmount();


    //it gives us, which row is selected

    amount is the selected row amount. use ur logic to check negative value or whatever you want...



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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 06:33 PM

    Post the code.


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    • Former Member Former Member

      Which method contains this code?

      The following lines look strange:

      if (wdContext.nodeOPENITEMS_open().isMultiSelected(i) || selectedRow == i)

      You test if the node element at index i is selected. If yes, you always set the <b>first </b>array entry to doc_no of the <b>lead </b>selected element (assuming selectedRow is the lead selected index).

      What is this good for?


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