3.0 beta 2

Bug in clearSelectionMode?

Hello,
I’m using the grid to implement a search screen where the user can enter several criterias, click a button and see the search results. When the user clicks the search button, I do a request using AJAX, so the page is not reloaded. To avoid problems, I was clearing the grid completely before making the request, as I saw in the post:

/datagrid.11480/refresh-content-in-grid.html

But, even with this, I still had got a problem: if I select a row (say for example row number 1) and then I do a new seach, I cannot select the row 1 again (if I select another row, then I can select row 1 again). After a lot of debug, I have seen that the selected rows are not cleared, so when you enter the function:

function selectRow(r){
                        if (r!=this.getCurrentRow()){
                                   this.setCurrentRow(r);
                        }
                        var rr = this.getSelectedRows();
                        if (rr.length != 1 || rr[0] != r){
                                   this.setSelectedRows([r]);
                        }
            }


getSelectedRows() still returns [1], and the row is not selected.

I have solved it setting an empty array manually when I clear the grid, but I’m not sure about the implications of doing this…

tablaBusqueda.clearScrollModel();
                  tablaBusqueda.clearSelectionModel();
                  tablaBusqueda.setSelectedRows([]);
                  tablaBusqueda.clearSortModel();
                  tablaBusqueda.clearRowModel();
                  tablaBusqueda.setRowCount(0);
                  tablaBusqueda.refresh();
                  table_tablaBusqueda.request();


BTW. I’m using single row select mode.

Best regards,

José Luis.

Jose Luis (Spain)
April 11,
Yes, this is a bug - it should be

obj.clearSelectedModel(); // not obj.clearSelectionModel();

Alex (ActiveWidgets)
April 11,

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