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MultiLineEdit

Hi,

Can anyone explain how to use the MultiLineEdit in a tableview using MVC.

My scenario:

I would like to edit multiple lines in a tableview when I clicked on the save button the edited lines has to be saved

in the ztable.

Regards

Raghu

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2008 at 09:43 AM

    Hi Raghu,

    First u will have to implement table iterator for ur tableview. The iterator interface needs to be implemented in a class and its reference needs to be given in ur controller class attribute.

    Then all the manipulations in ur default table needs to be implemented in the 3 methods of the iterator interface.

    Name of the iterator inteface is :IF_HTMLB_TABLEVIEW_ITERATOR

    All the coding to handle the editing part of table needs to be written in Do_handle_event of ur controller class, here u can retieve the edited part in the table and then insert in the table.

    Hope this will help u to start.

    Regards

    Swati Dogra

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    • Former Member

      Hi Swati,

      Thanks for your respnose..

      how to copy the edited lines and save to the ztable. Do I need to use a loop in do_handle_data and copy the

      edited lines into an internal table using get_form_fields. Actually i am bit confused here...how to copy the multiple

      edited lines.

      regards

      raghu

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