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From "Simon Lessard" <>
Subject Re: how do I refresh a table component after selecting and deleting one or more rows ?
Date Fri, 20 Apr 2007 18:04:33 GMT
Ok so this is a PPR delete then, I assume you placed the delete button on
each row of the table? If so then you have to add a partial target on the
table to the button.

On 4/20/07, Edmond B. Mulemangabo <> wrote:
> Mike Kienenberger wrote:
> > When you delete the row, you would also update the dataTable's backing
> > list.   It won't matter what the scope of the list is.
> Thank you Mike.
> I did update the dataTable's backing list as well as the underlying
> database; I was able to monitor the delete operation using a debugger.
> Still the page isn't refreshed unless I reload it completely using a
> navigation rule that forces the page to reload. My application is built
> in such way that forcing the page to reload completely using a
> navigation rule would lead to some valuable data getting lost; I'd like
> to keep the page as is and just refresh the table component to make it
> reflect the actual state after deleting rows.
> Note : the dataTable's backing bean is session scoped.
> --
> Edmond/

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