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ValueChangeEvent - origin?

Georgi Petkov
7 years ago Sep 25, 2015 11:35am
Thomas Lesinski
7 years ago Sep 28, 2015 8:14pm

boolean save = false;

Valuechangelistener -> if(save) { do sth; save = false; }

this will make the Valuechangelistener to do nothing when the table is being loaded, then u need a way to turn save = true again.

Valuechangelistener can show u when the Value is changed (table loading) or when the user is focusing a field or losing the focus of it. Textchangelistener (if this is possible for the table) is triggered right before a user actually edits the input of a field. I did this things with Table+TextFields, so I dont know if it will work for you with just an editable table. But as long as u can use a Valuechangelistener and a Textchangelistener it should work for u.

Agata Vackova
7 years ago Sep 29, 2015 1:02pm

I starts my ValueChangeListener with:

if (!((AbstractField) event.getProperty()).isAttached()){

Than the action is not performed until the table is displayed.