Hi I am using Jdev 22.214.171.124
I have a POJO based Data control which am using for tree structure.
I have this tree inside a popup.
So when cancelling or after the purpose of the popup is over.
I want to clear the cache of the data control.
I tried several ways to do that like having a methods in my java class where making the object null and calling the methods on cancel.
But nothing worked .
How to clear the Pojo DC.
I don't understand one thing, once you close your popup you want to 'clear' the cache. So what are you expecting to happen? The collection to used to build the tree to be empty? What if when you close popup you assign it to null, and then you call the method "Execute" to refresh your collection?
Hi AlejandroTLanz ,
I tried the above method.
I created a method in Java class which is used to make the List null used by the tree.
And then calling finditerator.executequery.
I could see that the list is getting null.
But In Java sampler It still shows that Objects are present.
I guess the Object are still in data control cache...
I tried to clear the DC Cache by calling the DC.resetMethod.
But nothing worked