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Help in clearing out/removing the default Sorting Order in our smart table

Hi Experts,

I have a fiori application that uses Smart table in displaying a list of accounting line items. In one column, "GL account" , we enabled sorting property annotation. But everytime the app is launched, the sorting directly defaults to Ascending.

In back-end side (*get_entity_set), the parameter IT_ORDER now always gets to be filled with the 'ASC' value for the field "GL Account", hence will trigger the code for sorting the line items.

Please advise if there is a way to remove or clear out the Sorting Order and place it back whenever we need (e.g. when the user manually chooses what order to use in the "GL account field").

Do advise as wel if there is a better approach.

Thank you in advance

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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2019 at 07:29 PM


    This seems to be default behavior according to the documentation (if you used UI.PresentationVariant.sortOrder annotations for enable sorting, which is meant to enable default sorting).

    Following blog seems to explain that more in detail:

    The Smart Table should enable sorting by default, as long as the metadata of the oData service has the sortable attributes. Maybe have a look at following example:

    Best regards,

    Geert-Jan Klaps

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