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Error in setting column type as LINK- Tableview?

Hi All,

I am developing a jspDynpage which displays a tableview. I am in need to set a column type as LINK.

I tried a lot. I have used the following ways.

1. In jsp page,










headerText="People Search Results"


visibleFirstRow="<%= MMBean.getVisibleFirstRow()%>"



width="500 px" >

<% ReportView.setColumnType(TableColumnType.LINK,3) %>


It is showing me error.

Error occurs during the rendering of Jsp component.

2. I also tried to set the LINK using Bean.


But I can’t see any link in the table view.

Please Guide me.



Edited by: krishna kannan on Apr 21, 2008 6:41 AM

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 09:13 AM


    The option 2 is working fine,

    model.getColumnAt(3).setType(TableColumnType.LINK) when i gave the link text (ie column text) in Anchor tag.

    Now i got the link.

    Edited by: krishna kannan on May 27, 2008 11:32 AM

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      .... Sorry but th sdn dosn't want post my message, without a error!!!!!

      Hi, sorry but it doesn't works ...

      see here ...

      this.model = new DefaultTableViewModel(data, columnNames);
      // This is fine working ...
      // This is not working
      UserDetailObj.addElement("<A href=\"test();\">del</A>");
     i see in the table the html-code as text!

      But what i realy want is not a link, it's a button and each Button on every row rasied a event (i must know which of this buttons was clicked!) .... and i can't find any thing in the web for this solution ...

      I can't beleave nobody has this problem!!!

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