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This is my first blog on sdn! I will be discussing the Table UI element in WebDynpro. Tables are a very powerful feature provided in Web Dynpro, but they are sometimes a bit difficult for beginners to grasp. I too struggled with them for many a days, to make them work. This blog is a one stop crash course in Dynpro Tables for beginners in Web Dynpro. Lets start off.

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  1. Ajay Patil
    Hi Harsh,
    This blog is good.It gives good knowledge about the overall table handling in WebDynpro and capabilities of this powerful UI element.
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    1. Harsh Chawla Post author
      Hi Mattias,
          It is possible to set properties for individual rows and cells in a table. As “enable/disable” is a property, it can be set for one row(or cell) without causing the entire table to become enabled/disabled. For more details on how to do this refer to the heading “Properties of a Table” in this blog. Do let me know if you face any problems.
      Ciao,
      Harsh
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  2. Armin Reichert
    Changing table cell editors programmatically is possible, see IWDTableColumn.setTableCellEditor(IWDTableCellEditor).

    Different cell editors in a single column will be available soon.

    Disabling single table rows is also possible: Add a boolean attribute “rowEnabled” to the table’s data source node and bind the “enabled”-property of all cell editors to this attribute. If you set “rowEnabled” to false in node element #i, the table row #i will be disabled.

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