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How to refresh the current row after data modification

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I have a ADF table in the UI whih has 4 columns.

One of my column has a select one choice.
Depending upon the value selected i need to calculate something and show it in the value of the last two columns of the row where the user is changing the value.

My table is a been created from a updatable viewobject of a database.

Below is my code by which i am able to track the selected row.

BindingContext bctx = BindingContext.getCurrent();
DCBindingContainer bc =

JUIteratorBinding iterRAF =

AppModuleImpl appModuleImplRAF =
ViewObjectImpl viewRAF = appModuleImplRAF.getRAF_Assesment_VO1();
VariableValueManager vmRAF = viewRAF.ensureVariableManager();

RowSetIterator rowSetIterator = iterRAF.getRowSetIterator();
Row rowSelected = rowSetIterator.getCurrentRow();

rowSelected.setAttribute("CustomerImpact", "L");
// int refreshed=rowSelected.REFRESH_CONTAINEES;
"Current RiskDescription value" + rowSelected.getAttribute("RiskDescription").toString());
soa_logger.log(Level.INFO, "Current RiskDescription value");

but how should i set value in the last 2 column and show it to the user?or rather set the value and refresh the row?

Thanks in advance for your replies.


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