Is there a way in Web2 when you set the SelectedRowIndex to scroll to that row if it is not currently visible as one of the rows displayed? This used to just happen by default in Web1. It makes searching a large amount of data and finding the the matching row pointless if you can’t make that row visible in the Web UI.
So I just tried this and it sort of works. I seem to be encountering some sort of WebListbox bug where the Selected row index ceases to be highlighted or initially doesn’t highlight at all on a very large amount of data. I’m going to see if I can duplicate the behavior I am seeing in my application I am converting in a small sample project.
Hector I’m loading the WebListbox using my own code from an array that is populated by a MySQL query. There are multiple different WebListBoxStyleRenderer methods for text Styles/Colors and also for Text Wrap in 24 columns. There is something over 300 rows of various heights due to varying Text Wrap lengths in one of the columns from my test data which is a duplicate of production data from a few weeks ago. The app is a Web 2.0 rewrite of a functioning Web 1.0 app.
The reason I ask is because I was having an issue attempting to do some selection before a weblistbox with a datasource had compleated loading. What I did was add an event definition and raise the event when the RowData method has completed it’s thing. But this doesn’t apply to your case
@Ricardo_Cruz Elipsis overflow style would not really work for how this specific Listbox is used in the app. Text wrap is critical for how the WebListbox is used. I’ll PM you a couple of screenshots since company policy will not allow me to share them here publicly due to live customer data in the test data used in the screenshots.