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Can we set few table rows as pre-selected and few rows as Non-Selectable?

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Can we set few table rows as pre-selected and few rows as Non-Selectable?

Hi , As shown in image, all rows are pre-selected through data utility

In Tree-Builder :

ColumnConfig localColumnConfig2 = localComponentConfigFactory.newColumnConfig("abc", false);

localTreeConfig.setPreSelectableColumn(localColumnConfig2);

In xconf :

<Option serviceClass="PreSelectRowDataUtility"selector="abc"cardinality="duplicate"requestor="java.lang.Object"/>

In Data Utility :

public class PreSelectRowDataUtility extends AbstractBooleanValueDataUtility

{

  public boolean getBooleanAttributeValue(String paramString, Object paramObject, ModelContext paramModelContext) throws WTException

  {

   return true;

  }

}

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Now we want first row as Non Selectable. There should be no checkbox in first row.

for that there is ptc method

localTreeConfig.setNonSelectableColumn(localColumnConfig2);

and DataUtility AbstractNonSelectableRowDataUtility

But there is already one data utility registered in xconf regarding this column"abc" . how we can do implement both functionality togather ?

Requesting for Help. Thanks

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Re: Can we set few table rows as pre-selected and few rows as Non-Selectable?

Hi Manthan,

Did you check the example provided in the carambola examples, try following link on your server, replace the host appropriately.

https:/<hostname>/app/#ptc1/comp/carambola.mvc.tree.async

Basically in the example, if the number contains "3" or "1" the rows are pre-selected and if the number contains "7" or "4" (irrespective of first condition)the rows are non-selectable.

This is how it is implemented in the code:


  ColumnConfig col2 = factory.newColumnConfig("treeNonSelectableColumn", false);

           col2.setDataStoreOnly(true);

           col2.setNeed(NUMBER);

           tree.addComponent(col2);

           tree.setNonSelectableColumn(col2);

  

           //Pre Selected column

           ColumnConfig col3 = factory.newColumnConfig("treePreSelectableColumn", false);

           col3.setDataStoreOnly(true);

           col3.setNeed(NUMBER);

           tree.addComponent(col3);

           tree.setPreSelectableColumn(col3);

  

           tree.addComponent(factory.newColumnConfig(NUMBER, true));

Same columns listed twice with different dataUtilities.

Regards,

Bhushan

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