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Table. Default Displayable Rows [message #459552] Wed, 10 August 2005 13:50 Go to next message
Dave Smith is currently offline Dave SmithFriend
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I am using a table and by default I load 50 rows.
I would only like 15 of them visible at startup. What is the
easiest way to set the default number of displayable rows?
Re: Table. Default Displayable Rows [message #459563 is a reply to message #459552] Wed, 10 August 2005 22:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris is currently offline ChrisFriend
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dave smith wrote:

> I am using a table and by default I load 50 rows.
> I would only like 15 of them visible at startup. What is the
> easiest way to set the default number of displayable rows?

I'm not sure of a *nice* way of doing this, but you could use a height
hint:

tableGridData.heightHint = table.getItemHeight() * 15;
Re: Table. Default Displayable Rows [message #459590 is a reply to message #459552] Thu, 11 August 2005 18:29 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: sarek.nurfuerspam.de

Hi,

On 10.08.2005 15:50, dave smith wrote:

> I am using a table and by default I load 50 rows.
> I would only like 15 of them visible at startup. What is the
> easiest way to set the default number of displayable rows?

I had some good results with using setItemCount(int) when creating the
table and filling it with data later:

// create the table and let it be displayed/layed out
Table myTable = new Table(parent, SWT.BORDER);
myTable.setItemCount(15);
parent.layout();

// first remove the 15 empty rows
myTable.removeAll();
// now fill it with the actual data
for (int i=0; i<50; i++){
TableItem ti = new TableItem(myTable, SWT.NONE);
ti.setText("Item no. "+i);
}

This way the table has a height to display only 15 items, the other 35
items are accesible via scrolling the table.

This somoehow has the taste of a dirty hack - but for me it did the trick.

HTH

Christian

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