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updateGrid(false) and Color Setting on Selected Row in MII 12.2.4

Hi,

We are having two issues trying to move from 12.0 to 12.2.4 (Build 86). We have an iGrid where we set the color of the selected row based on DisplayTemplate Match Values.

1. Calling the updateGrid(false) method at the end of our javascript selection event function causes the selected row to become unselected. This can be resolved by commenting out the updateGrid(false) function, although, a 2nd issue becomes evident after commenting this out.

2. After commenting out the updateGrid function, the row now selects properly, but the selected row font color should be set based on the Display Template Match Values. We have made the appropriate changes that accounts for the Match Mode and Match Values now being combined in 12.2. When navigating into the page from a different page, the color does not get set now (assume this was because updateGrid(false) is now commented out). Although, we have a button on this page that will reselect the data. When this button is activated, the row font color is set properly based on the Match Values.

The row selection event and setting the font color on the selected row works fine with the updateGrid(false) in MII 12.0.

The issue seems to be very similar to the iGrid issue in the following note concerning MII 12.1: http://scn.sap.com/thread/1726480 . It was stated in this thread that 12.1.8 resolved this issue. Is it possible that the fix included in 12.1.8 did not make it into 12.2.4?

Any other suggestions?

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2012 at 03:02 AM

    Your suspicion about a 12.1 service patch correction not making it into 12.2 is a real possibility. Please log a support ticket so development can get into the details.

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