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paginator rule?

webcrea , October 13 at 08:25
webcrea
Hi,
What is the rule for the paginator ?
I have 2 tables in 2 events and 2 paginator, one for each but paginator manages always the first table and never the second.
Do i need to make 2 connections or is it possible to attach each paginator to each table?
Thanks
Christophe
http://www.webcrea.fr
healyhatman
You shouldn't need two paginators. Just one. Unless you mean you're displaying two tables and two paginators on a single page, in which case you will need to separate them by wrapping them with their respective tables in their own form views.
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webcrea
Hi Healy
2 tables in separate view in 2 different pages.
For each :
Several read_data
Only one table
one paginator
Only one works well
Christophe
http://www.webcrea.fr
healyhatman
I would look at your read data action. You shouldn't need multiple paginators
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webcrea
the read_data 2 (which doesn't work) is linked to table 1
table2-->table1
I think this is because the paginator doesn't works
Christophe
http://www.webcrea.fr
healyhatman
Have you turned pagination on in your read data action?
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webcrea
Lol
You're right
Sorry :-))))
Christophe
http://www.webcrea.fr