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Problem with Table UI Element.

Hi All,

I am working with an Application where I need to display a table from BAPI.

User can edit the table rows and on click these have to be stored back through BAPI.

I am having 19 rows & still may increase. I kept visible row count as 10.

1) When user selects a particular row, it is high lighted but the selected row no

is not displayed in the footer, hou achieve that.

2) When we click the next row button at the footer, the row pops up, a number is changed

in the footer, but the current row does'nt highlight and also seems no relation with the

record poped and number shown in the footer how to make that.

3) Since the visible row count is 10, initially it shows 10 rows(0-9), when user clicks

next page at footer it still show 10 rows(9-18) insted of 9 rows (10-18). How to make it.

4) In view1 I am displaying table, when user clicks on next page at footer, it shows the next 10 rows.

now if the user navigates to view2 which is different, and comes back to view1, it still

shows the last 10 rows, insted of displaying the table fresh from 1st row again. How to achieve this.

Please help me to resolve these.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Sai.k.k

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 07:26 AM

    Hi ,

    Declare a value att of type integer and map it to firstvisiblerow of table.

    Then loop through the node which u used for table for onlead select action and set the value atribute as :

    wdcontext.currentcontextElement.set<attName>(i);

    Now the value will be "i" in the navigation toolbar.

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