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How to hide invisible columns from PDV personalization

Hi,

We're using the PDV table in some of our iViews (Java, SAP EP SP9). The columns, which we do not want to have displayed in the table, are set to "invisble" i the Java-iView using the statement:

table.setColumnInvisible( "colName" );

However, when personalizing the PDV table by clicking the pencil in the right corner, the invisible columns still shows up (and they are even marked as "visible").

Is there any way to hide these columns from the personalization?

Thanks in advance,

Rasmus

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 04:02 PM

    For what reason are the columns set to invisible. If, for example, you have a link in one of the columns and you are using another column as the tooltip, then you need to remove the column from the model after assigning it to the relevant column. For example

    model.getColumn("<name>").setType(TableColumnType.LINK);

    model.getColumn("<name>").setLinkColumnKey("<link>>");

    model.getColumn("<name>").setTooltipColumnKey("<tool>");

    model.removeColumn("<link>");

    model.removeColumn("<tool>");

    where <name> is the name of the column you want displayed, <link> is the name of the column for the link information and <tool> is the name of the column for the tooltip information.

    I hope this helps

    Thanks

    Darrell

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    • Former Member

      Hi again,

      Now we've tried "everyting", but we cannot seem to remove the columns from the PDV personalization. Even though the columns do not show in the PDV, they are still marked as "visible" in the PDV personalization.

      Any suggestions?

      - Rasmus

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