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  • {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

    I want to refresh whichever row the user has just updated. How do I get the rowNum?
    Peter
    AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

    Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
    https://www.alphabasesolutions.com



  • #2
    Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

    Peter,

    Would placing the refresh code in the afterRowSubmit event achieve the result you are looking for? You don't then specifically need to know the rowNum.

    David.

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    • #3
      Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

      Saw this in another thread maybe

      e.existingRowsRendered
      Chad Brown

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      • #4
        Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

        Originally posted by DBM View Post
        Would placing the refresh code in the afterRowSubmit event achieve the result you are looking for? You don't then specifically need to know the rowNum.
        Yes. That's the event that I am using. But I DO need the row number - I get an error message w. respect to row number not known

        Originally posted by chadbrown View Post
        e.existingRowsRendered
        Thanks for the suggestion, Chad. Tried it - no dice.
        Peter
        AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

        Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
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        • #5
          Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

          try
          {grid.Object}.refreshRow({Grid.RowNumber})
          Cheers
          Mauricio

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          • #6
            Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

            Originally posted by mmaisterrena View Post
            {grid.Object}.refreshRow({Grid.RowNumber})
            Nope. Error message says "Expected ":"

            But thanks.
            Peter
            AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

            Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
            https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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            • #7
              Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

              where are you placing the code?
              Cheers
              Mauricio

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              • #8
                Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                Peter

                The rowNumber parameter is not available for this event, but you can get it easily:

                In the Javascript function declaration section, define a new variable such as
                Code:
                var rn=0;
                In the canRowSubmit, which does make the rowNumber parameter available, write
                Code:
                rn=e.rowNumber;
                And finally, in the event you are using , i.e.
                afterRowSubmit, use the variable. i.e.
                Code:
                alert(rn);
                Note that afterRowSubmit only fires after the user has clicked the submit row button in a Grid row and not the submit button for the whole grid.

                Hope this helps

                Regards

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                • #9
                  Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                  Peter I have used that in the AfterGridSubmit event under Javascript - System Events and it does seem to just refresh the row whith the dirty records. It works when you have just one submit button since I am not using individual row submits I don't know if it would work in that case.
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                  • #10
                    Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                    Isn't there already an option under update options to do that automatically?

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                    • #11
                      Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                      Originally posted by NoeticCC View Post
                      Isn't there already an option under update options to do that automatically?
                      Yes. See the thumbnail provided.

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                      • #12
                        Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                        Wolfgang - still won't work. None of the other methods work, except pressing F5 or going to another page in the grid and coming back again. BTW: all I am trying to do is change the conditional style of a field based upon another field's value. Conditional style level is set to "both".
                        Peter
                        AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

                        Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
                        https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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                        • #13
                          Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                          Peter

                          I see what you mean. Don't know if this is an option, but if you follow the advice from NoeticCC & parri2bd and set the Row refresh method after edits to FullPage, it should work. At least it worked for a simple example I did setting the background color of a field depending on the value of another field.
                          Using any other setting for this property does not work.

                          Regards

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                          • #14
                            Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                            Originally posted by wmz View Post
                            I see what you mean. Don't know if this is an option, but if you follow the advice from NoeticCC & parri2bd and set the Row refresh method after edits to FullPage, it should work.
                            OK. Thanks Wolfgang and everyone else. Full Page works. I was trying to avoid a re-fetch of the entire page, but I guess I have no choice. Wonder if this qualifies as a bug?
                            Peter
                            AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

                            Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
                            https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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                            • #15
                              Re: {grid.Object}.refreshRow(rowNum)

                              Originally posted by Peter.Greulich View Post
                              OK. Thanks Wolfgang and everyone else. Full Page works. I was trying to avoid a re-fetch of the entire page, but I guess I have no choice. Wonder if this qualifies as a bug?
                              Peter

                              with Alpha you always seem to have a choice. You can avoid a re-fetch of the page. Just use a watch event for the field whos value you want to survey, then use javascript and the appropriate helper function to set the other field's style. For example, I have the following code in the watch event:
                              Code:
                              if (*gv('LNAME')=='Bond'){
                              *ss('FNAME','color:red;')
                              }
                              else{
                              *ss('FNAME','color:black;')
                              };
                              It simply checks if the last name is "Bond" and sets the style of the first name field to red color, else to black color. You can set any CSS you want. It is important to define both styles, i.e. use an if then else to include both possibilities. This does not refresh the whole page. The helper functions *ss() and *gv() etc. are all explained in the property window.

                              regards
                              Last edited by wmz; 03-15-2010, 01:00 PM. Reason: mistake

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