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Displaying the Selection Hilighting When doing a programatic selection in a TableViewer [message #445771] Wed, 10 November 2004 21:02 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: genemb.pacbell.net

All,
When I add programatically a new row in a TableViewer, I would light
to automatically select the newly added row. I can do this
programtically be creating a StructerdSelection from the element I added
and using setSelection() on the TableViewer instance. This however does
not seem to cause a selection highlighting of the row as I get when I
select the row with the mouse. I've tried refresh of the TableViewer
and the table to no effect. Is there an easy way to do this?

Gene Moore
GSM COnsulting.
Re: Displaying the Selection Hilighting When doing a programatic selection in a TableViewer [message #445774 is a reply to message #445771] Wed, 10 November 2004 21:31 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: genemb.pacbell.net

In case anyone else does this oops, here is the solution:

1)Make sure you DO NOT create your table with the HIDE_SELECTION bit. (Doh!)
2)After adding the row set the focus back to the table.

-Gene

Gene Moore wrote:
> All,
> When I add programatically a new row in a TableViewer, I would light
> to automatically select the newly added row. I can do this
> programtically be creating a StructerdSelection from the element I added
> and using setSelection() on the TableViewer instance. This however does
> not seem to cause a selection highlighting of the row as I get when I
> select the row with the mouse. I've tried refresh of the TableViewer
> and the table to no effect. Is there an easy way to do this?
>
> Gene Moore
> GSM COnsulting.
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