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SelectAll/Deselect in Table

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After I set the table rowselectable to be manual it still shows the selectall/Deselect all option in the table. If it is selected it shortdumps. I am assuming that the rowselectable manual should turn off the selectall/deselect all option from the table header row..what is happening here???

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2012 at 05:32 PM

    Hi Chinna,

    In your Table UI Element, try setting rowSelectable = unchecked and selectionMode = auto or none.

    Cheers.


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    • Setting the context node's Selection property to 0..1 will prevent you from being able to select more than one row of the table at a time. If you want to select multiple rows by clicking on the rows with the mouse, you need to define the Selection as 0..n or 1..n. You can then select multiple rows by holding down the CTRL key on your keyboard while you click the rows. The select all/deselect all option will appear on the table again when you change the context node Selection property to 0..n or 1..n.

      Cheers.

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2012 at 05:01 AM

    hi

    selection mode property of table will allow to select the multible record with 'CTRL' button.

    following steps.

    1. goto component controller, select node and change the cardinality to 0...n.

    2. goto view layout and select table properities change the selection mode as "Multinolead".

    Thanks

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