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Table View: Default Selected Line..

Hi All,

I have a table view in my application.

now my requirement is to make a line(first line) selected by default initially ( when the page is loaded ).

I tried the following code in the do_init( ) but didnt worked..

  • tv_head ?= cl_htmlb_manager=>get_data(

  • request = runtime->server->request

  • name = 'tableView'

  • id = 'headerlist' ).

  • IF tv_head IS NOT INITIAL.

  • tv_head_data = tv_head->data.

  • ENDIF.

*

  • tv_head_data->SELECTEDROWINDEX = 1.

Can Anyone Help ?..

Any suggestion / Hint really appreciated ( Points ).

Thanks, Sudeep..

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:45 AM

    <htmlb:tableView id = "TV_SERVER"

    headerVisible = "true"

    footerVisible = "true"

    design = "alternating"

    columnWrapping = "TRUE"

    fillUpEmptyRows = "TRUE"

    navigationMode = "BYLINE"

    visibleRowCount = "8"

    selectionMode = "LINEEDIT"

    filter = "SERVER"

    filterButtonText = "Filter"

    table = "<%= lt_server %>"

    width = "50%"

    selectedRowIndex = "<%= ROW_INDEX %>"

    keepSelectedRow = "FALSE"

    selectedRowKey = "SERVERID">

    create the attribute "ROW_INDEX" with type INT4 in your htm page....

    in the class also declare a attribute "ROW_INDEX" with type INT4....

    in the DO_INIT set ROW_INDEX = 1.

    in the DO_REQUEST ...

    lirv_page->set_attribute( name = 'row_index' value = ROW_INDEX ).

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