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  • Refresh list object in parent ux

    Hi all

    I have been searching the forum for an answer but no luck.

    I have a ux component that contains a list control with search options. The list is based upon a sql server view.

    From any row you can click an "edit button" to bring up another ux component based upon the primary table within the view. Editing the data, submitting the edits closes the ux component and refreshes the list control perfectly.

    However.......

    Deleting the record from the pop up UX (using an ajax callback) does not automatically refresh the list control in the parent container. Because the list is based on a view and space restrictions a detail view on the list is not really a viable option.

    So anyone know how I can force the parent list to refresh? What am I missing?

    Thanks in advance.
    Glen Schild



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    Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

    Try this after your delete callback....or place it in the "after callback complete javascript" part of the callback.

    Don't know why deleting wouldn't automatically refresh the list like editing/saving does though.

    Code:
    var po = {dialog.object}.getParentObject();
    
    po.refreshListData('YourListNameHere');
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    • #3
      Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

      Originally posted by mikeallenbrown View Post
      Try this after your delete callback....or place it in the "after callback complete javascript" part of the callback.

      Don't know why deleting wouldn't automatically refresh the list like editing/saving does though.

      Code:
      var po = {dialog.object}.getParentObject();
      
      po.refreshListData('YourListNameHere');
      Hi Mike

      Have tried this already but it is just not firing!
      Glen Schild



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        Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

        Belay that! It just fired!!!
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        • #5
          Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

          Originally posted by glenschild View Post
          Belay that! It just fired!!!
          Good! ....you may need to wrap that code in a setTimeout().
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            Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

            Originally posted by glenschild View Post
            Because the list is based on a view and space restrictions a detail view on the list is not really a viable option.
            I'll buy into the view comment, but not into the space restrictions comment. If you mean what I think you mean, then I've run into this same misconception a few times this month. The Detail View Controls of a List Control can be placed anywhere in the UX. On another Panel Card, another Tab Pane, within a Window Container that pops up. The Detail View does not have to sit along side the List.

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              Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

              Originally posted by Davidk View Post
              I'll buy into the view comment, but not into the space restrictions comment. If you mean what I think you mean, then I've run into this same misconception a few times this month. The Detail View Controls of a List Control can be placed anywhere in the UX. On another Panel Card, another Tab Pane, within a Window Container that pops up. The Detail View does not have to sit along side the List.
              Window Container pop up. How did I miss that!! But on this occasion the view is the issue.
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                Re: Refresh list object in parent ux

                Originally posted by mikeallenbrown View Post
                Good! ....you may need to wrap that code in a setTimeout().
                Did think about that but it is consistantly firing. Incidentally I have replaced po.refreshListData('YourListNameHere'); with po.buttonClick('ButtonNameHere); as there is more often or not a search applied on the parent list so this retains the search on the list less of course the deleted record.
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