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Thanks for your suggestions, will take a look further into what you are suggesting and update what results.
Hi bh56, Thanks for using SkillBuilders Super LOV. I am interested in how this works out - we can provide some assistance if you'd like.
Also, just FYI, we now have a Tabular Form Super LOV available (also free). Free Oracle APEX Plug-Ins by SkillBuilders
Thanks for your help and suggestions.
enkitec modal lov Looks like it does this on rendering as well.
I'm a bit knew to APEX and Plugins. Is there anyway to get the page or item to re-render with a Dynamic Action?
Wondering if you can point me in the right direction as how the rendering works?
I will start looking further into your suggestions as well. This is one of the last items on my list to resolve, so I am just getting started with this.
Thanks again for your help.
I will let you know how this works out for me. I'm a bit new to APEX and Plugins. As I asked Tom, can you shed some light for me about how the rendering works and if there is any way to get the plugin to re-render without making plugin changes. Will reach out once I get a bit further. Just picking this back up. Thanks for your offer to help. I'm surprised that not many people have hit this yet. I know this is a bit more complex, but would think there a situations where there would be this need and dynamicnes.
In theory it's certainly possible to reinitialize a plugin item. After all, it's a jQuery UI widget and thus destroying or initializing is nothing too hard. The struggle would likely be to collect the correct options (parameters) such as the ajax identifier. It could be an option, once again, to change the plugin code so it would so something extra like putting out basic options - though it might be worth it to look into checking out if it might not just be able to pass on column headers as I initially suggested. As you talk of rerendering I read it as fetching the html the plugin would put out during a re-render. I'd say that isn't feasible - in theory, once again, you could fetch the page through ajax again and then lift out code from there but that's hardly worth it, making it very complex.
hi Brian, I'm passing this to our tech team.