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  • mikeallenbrown
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    I get the count using this code ...

    Code:
    var lObj = {dialog.object}.getControl('list3');
    var count = lObj._rData.length;
    $('REC_COUNT').innerHTML = count;
    In one of my apps I have a list control that is set to a static data source. An xbasic function is used to get SQL data, via a stored procedure, and populates the list. The above code is ran after the list populates. My list uses dynamic virtualization.

    Hope that helps.

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  • Jay Talbott
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    Thanks, Steve. I'll look into this further.
    Sorry to hear about your CRS disease. I know that CR stands for Can't Remember, but I am not sure what the S stands for. <grin>
    Jay

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  • Steve Workings
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    Originally posted by Jay Talbott View Post
    David,
    I may have mis-spoken (mis-spooked?).
    I was working with a list based on a stored procedure. When I went back to a list with a SQL table, the defined list count control worked fine. My hope is to show the (total) count of records that falls within the current filtering. If there is no filtering applied to the list, I hope to show the total count of records. I think what I will have to do is get the count of records returned by the stored procedure for the initial count of the records in the list, and then from there it seems the defined list count control works.
    Thanks for your quick response.
    Jay
    If my CRS disease hasn't advanced too far, I seem to remember when list control first came out I noted to Selwyn that the count was not available from an SP. He pointed out why, which of course made plenty of sense. I don't remember the details or have more to tell you, but worth mentioning I think.

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  • Jay Talbott
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    David,
    I would like to put this topic into abeyance until I figure out what all is working and what is not working. I'll post a video later, when I fully understand what is and isn't working.
    Thanks for your help.
    Jay

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  • Davidk
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    The List-Record control doesn't work with a List based on a SP? If that's the case I'll have a look.

    When you say "count of records that falls within the current filtering" does that mean SP filtering? Client-side filtering? Server-side filtering?

    Could you detail what doesn't work?

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  • Jay Talbott
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    David,
    I may have mis-spoken (mis-spooked?).
    I was working with a list based on a stored procedure. When I went back to a list with a SQL table, the defined list count control worked fine. My hope is to show the (total) count of records that falls within the current filtering. If there is no filtering applied to the list, I hope to show the total count of records. I think what I will have to do is get the count of records returned by the stored procedure for the initial count of the records in the list, and then from there it seems the defined list count control works.
    Thanks for your quick response.
    Jay

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  • Davidk
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    Re: Count of total records in virtualized list

    Adding the Defined Control List-Record count gives me the total count of records in the List... not the count of records in the current virtualized page.

    What do you want to do with the total record count... and where do you want it. Do you need it in Javascript code? XBasic code? You say "That is not doing me any good"... but you don't say if the List-Record count is wrong... or you just can't use it the way you want to. There are other ways at getting the List total record count... but a bit more info will help pinpoint a solution.

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  • Jay Talbott
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    Count of total records in virtualized list

    I can easily get a count of total records in a non-virtualized list.

    However, all I have tried in a virtualized list gives me the count of the page size, not the total number of records in the list.

    I see that there is a Defined Control:
    List-Record count

    That puts something like this in the UX:
    Records: <span id="{dialog.componentname}.MYLIST1.RECORDCOUNT"></span>
    That is not doing me any good.
    Thoughts?
    Thanks,
    Jay
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