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Tableview DATE filter

Hi, I have a tableview and in one column I display dates. The table has a filter row. What I want to do is to put a calendar option on the filter row (over the date column).

Is it possible? Did anyone try it before?

Thanks

Ariel

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 02:04 PM

    I think, haven't tried it but you MIGHT be able to set the columnDefinition "TYPE" that is if you are using an Iterator or defining your columnDefinitons manually.

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2005 at 12:10 PM

    Hi @all,

    is there someone who had solved this issue. Than it would be very helpfull to post his or her way here.

    Thank you much

    Thorsten

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    • Former Member Brian McKellar

      I managed to get one in but it was so nasty and seemed to kill my table sometimes I decided not to post it 😔

      Sorry guys...

      If anyone really wants it then read Brian's post on what is possible and how you would do it. I've deleted my code.

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2005 at 08:05 AM

    Thank you Brian and Craig for your reply.

    To Maximilian: "I didn't use checkbox-filter yet, but if you need hints for the dropdown-filter, feel free to ask."

    Can you explain , how you get only in the filter row the drop down list? I have access to the "Data-Rows" and can render them but i dont know how to modify the filter row.

    Thank you for any hint on this.

    Thorsten

    Message was edited by: Thorsten Blechinger

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