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hi folks,

are there any known problems when delta-handling for bsp-views is activated.

i encountered some proglems with tableView-htmlb and sorting, when delta-handling is active it does not work all the time.

????kind regards

oliver

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  • Posted on May 09, 2005 at 11:12 AM

    basic rules for delta-handling to work.

    1.mime type has to be text/html

    2. browser is >= IE 5.50

    3. the bsp application should be a stateful one.

    What exactly the problem you are facing. you said you have encountered some problems and dosent work all the times. can you give us some more info.

    Also we need info regarding your browser version, WAS release and patch level. check out OSS have seen some notes related to delta handling.

    check out OSS Note No. 616900 for notes relating to delta-handling.

    Regards

    Raja

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  • Posted on May 09, 2005 at 11:36 AM

    hi,

    oh i seems to be easily explained:

    i have "delta-handling " on and an tableView, where sort = "APPLICATION"

    in my controller-class i get the event that sort should be done, but with delta-handling i do not get always the last selected column....

    when delta-handling is off, this works very well?????

    we have release r/3 enterprise 470 with base 620 supportpackage 45

    kind regards oliver

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    • Oliver,

      Deltahandling is one of the blackmagic parts of BSP. In my opinion is should <u><b>never</b></u> be used, unless you seriously know what you are doing. It does things to your code which will not only amaze you, but also frustrate the *** out of you. Given your statement "<i>i have to say i'm really new in bsp and html and all those internet-things</i>", I would recommend just to remove that checkbox until a later stage.

      brian

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