Resetting Row Status via Javascript

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Resetting Row Status via Javascript

Post by MarcusLancaster » Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:42 am

Hi all.

When the contents of a local DB table are uploaded to the server we can test the row status (M, N, D or U). Does anybody know if there is a way in Javascript (on the client) to clear down (or directly change) the status for these rows? The problem I have is that the client script is creating a number of new records to support a visual table, but I only want rows that the user subsequently modifies to be uploaded.

From what I can tell, because the records are "new" they count as modified, so they get uploaded to the server. I can ignore them on the server, but what I want to do is cut down the amount of data physically passed between client and server (and therefore the time taken to upload).

So... ideally I want to clear down the "new" status of those rows after they have been inserted, then only subsequently modified rows will be uploaded to the server.

Any ideas?



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Re: Resetting Row Status via Javascript

Post by tsupartono » Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:18 am

Currently there is no way to do this that would be compatible with future releases of LongRange.
I have added this to the enhancement list for the next version.

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