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thanks for your response.
but i do not understand the links you put it. would you pleas explain it for me.
You can override the QueryListener and do your stuff.
i override the querylistener method, but how can i execute the second af:query beside the current af:query from the override method,can you give an example pleas.
any help please.
Edited by: 842127 on Jan 14, 2013 7:58 PM
I don't understand your use case. If you oly use one VO which has two VC where each VC is mapped to an af:query on the page, it doesn't make sense to execute both of them together. If you do this the resutl set from the first query would be overwritten by the second query.
Or do you just want to 'and' the two VC into one query and get the result as select ! from table where (vc1) and (vc2)?
i will explain my case.
first criteria is for simple search and contain some attributes.
second criteria is for advanced search (transit attributes) and contain different attributes.
i want to put in same page two af:query (for arrangement) one for first criteria,second for second criteria , and i want to append the two query to each other.
yes Timo i just want to 'and' the two VC into one query (by Using two af:query) and get the result as select ! from table where (vc1) and (vc2)?
Edited by: 842127 on Jan 17, 2013 6:17 AM
Edited by: 842127 on Feb 3, 2013 9:14 AM