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TableView->SET_FILTER_ROW_VALUE

Hi,

i try to initialize the filtervalues which were set by the user. i use in the onInputProcessing:


              CALL METHOD CL_HTMLB_MANAGER=>SET_FILTER_ROW_VALUE
                EXPORTING
                  REQUEST      = request
                  ID           = 'MyTableViewID'
                  COLUMN_INDEX = col_index
                  VALUE        = ' '.

This takes no effect to the filter. In the browser you dont see any changes. I am wondering because here we have to do with the "request" Isnt it that i have to change the "response".

Maybe someone has similar experieneces with initializing the filter.

thorsten

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 06:37 AM
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    • Former Member Durairaj Athavan Raja

      Hi raja,

      first of all thank you for investing so much of your valuable time to help me. It looks like that my real problem has to do with converting the right value to the attribute COLUMN_INDEX of SET_FILTER_ROW_VALUE. When i try it like you did, with COLUMN_INDEX = '1', than it is working.

      I defined a var like.

      col_index type string.

      if i use: col_index = 1 Than it dosent work

      but with: col_index = '1' it works.

      CALL METHOD CL_HTMLB_MANAGER=>SET_FILTER_ROW_VALUE
                      EXPORTING
                        REQUEST      = request
                        ID           = 'tv_lagerbest'
                        COLUMN_INDEX = col_index
                        VALUE        = ' '.

      I have to play araound with that, and i am sure than it will work.

      Again thanks very much for your patience and help

      Thorsten

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