How to queue SelectionEvent programmatically, Call af:table Selection Listener programmatically by Ashish Awasthi

Posted: October 4, 2016 in JDeveloper & ADF
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Previously I have posted about defining custom selection listener for af:table and perform desired operation on selection event of table row

Selection Listener is fired when server receives a selection event from client means whenever user selects a row in table (Selection Event) then server process that event and execute selection listener defined in managed bean

And this post is about creating selection event programmatically without user interaction with table.

In ADF we can queue ActionEvent , ValueChangeEvent and in same manner we can create and queue SelectionEvent programmatically

So for this I have Created a Fusion Web Application and prepared model using Departments table of HR Schema

Dropped Departments ViewObject on page as af:table and defined custom selection listener of af:table in managed bean. Read the complete article here.

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