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Michael Geldenhuys

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Nickname: mikeyg
Registered: Sep, 2012

Hiding Rows Posted: Sep 25, 2012 1:02 AM
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Hi there, I don't know if this will make sense to anyone as I'm very new at java programing.

What I'm trying to do is edit an existing view in java to not by default show a full list of employees, the existing view will show the full list with a filter on top allowing you to filter out a specific employee you are looking for, what I want it to do is NOT show the full list of employees and rather be blank untill you use the filter to select a specific employee then only that employee shows.

I hope this is understandable, below is the peace of script that I would need to edit:

<panel type="grid" id="abSpAsgnEmToRm_emSelect" dataSource="ds_ab-sp-asgn-em-to-rm_grid_em" multipleSelectionEnabled="true" layoutRegion="selectPosition">
<title translatable="true">Select Employee</title>
<action id="empUnassign">
<title translatable="true">Unassign</title>
<command type="callFunction" functionName="unAssign"/>
<sortField table="em" name="em_id" ascending="true"/>
<field table="em" name="em_number"/>
<field table="em" name="em_id"/>
<field table="em" name="bl_id"/>
<field table="em" name="fl_id"/>
<field table="em" name="rm_id"/>
<field table="em" name="dv_id"/>
<field table="em" name="dp_id"/>

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