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Selecting HTMLB:tableView row for editing by programming it in HTMLB:button click event

Hi:

I wonder weather anyone knows how to trigger onRowSelction event of HTMLB:tableView BSP component (with selctionMode set to LINEEDIT) from ABAP program; e.g., when initializing first screen and then upon pressing HTMLB:button.

For example when HTMLB:tableView is displayed, the first checkbox should be set on to allow editing the first row. Then when pressing Select Next Row for Editing button the next checkbox should be selected allowing the second row to be edited.

I have developed a sample BSP program ZAWB_TEST_TV03 on CU6 (tsphl841) that consist of HTML:tableView and 2 buttons: Select Next Row for Editing and Select Previous Row with no code for click event on button.

Could you please let me know what should be placed in click button events to make it working the way that I have described.

This is a test application but functionality that I have described could be used in real life application. Do I have to trigger there onRowSelection event? How?

Your help will be appreciated.

Cheers,

Adam

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2003 at 12:52 PM

    Hi Adam,

    we have two new forums: ABAP Programming and Business Server Pages. Can you please repost your question there?

    Please understand that the best way to get a quick and helpful response to a question about SAP solutions is to post it in the appropriate forum.

    Thanks for your participation in the SAP Developer Network.

    Best regards

    Ivo

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