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From "Mike Kienenberger" <>
Subject Re: Issue with the t:dataScroller
Date Tue, 27 Feb 2007 15:31:39 GMT

Includes the problem, the workaround, and a placeholder for a better
solution :-)

On 2/27/07, Paul Iov <> wrote:
>  It should be a dataTable issue. To workaround this, you must 'rewind' it
> manually with dataTable.setFirst(0); if some data was changed. You can do
> this in bean, that performs searching .
>  2 Adrian Mitev:
>  Have you any informations on this dataTable issue? I've faced out, that
> it's totally unflexible to fix the problem such way. I'm thinking about
> storing of 'last' record count in session or component state directly in
> Scroller. The dataTable then cann be 'refreshed' automaticly, if record
> count has changed since last rendering :)
>  regards,
>  paul
>  Beelen, Marco schrieb:
> Hello,
> In my application  use a dataScroller on a t:dataTable for pagination and
> I'm happy with it's basic behaviour.
>  But there is some case in which it doesn't act like I want it to and I hope
> that somebody can provided some infomation how to get around that.
> Here what I'm doing:
> I'm have a single page on which I have a form, in which the user can
> provided several search-criteria. After the user submit the form by pressing
> the search-button, the managed-bean retrieves a list of objects matching the
> criteria and hands that list over to another managed-bean, which is being
> referenced by the dataTable on the same page.
> ( Both beans are defined to be in the session-scope. )
>  If the user scrolls to the end of the resulsset using the datascroller ( eq
> page 6 of 6 ) and then alters his search-criteria in such a way that less
> results are returned, that an empty list will be rendered and the message
> will be something like:
> Displaying page 6 of 3.
> I was wondering how I can make the datascoller be resetted on each new
> search-action?
> Any suggestions?
> With kind regards,
>    Marco
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