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Problem Selecting Listitem in Listbox

asked 2009-12-30 01:04:34 +0800

mahiMahi gravatar image mahiMahi
12 1

updated 2009-12-30 01:06:25 +0800

Hi guys,
I got problem with selecting Listitem..
I'm have an Listbox with datas and checkmark="true",
i have an 5 row, every row i added attribute for the item id while in rendering :

public class EmployeesListModelItemRenderer implements ListitemRenderer,
		Serializable {
        public EmployeesListModelItemRenderer() {
		super();
	}
        @Override
	public void render(Listitem item, Object data) throws Exception {
            listitem.setAttribute("itemid",uniqueStringId());
            item.setAttribute("data", data);
       }
}

in case..
i double click the row and code execute

    Listitem item = lstbox_emp.getSelectedItem();
    String itemid = item.getAttribute("itemid").toString();
    . . . . . . 

then modal dialog window appear, i edit the 2nd row data(check mark is selected) the dialog.
the 2nd data in is updated.
then i close the dialog,
run this code..
     . . . . . 
    listbox.setModel(...);
    listbox.setItemRenderer(...);
    listbox.setSelectedItem(getLastSelectedItem(listbox.getItems(), itemid));
    . . . . 

Method getLastSelectedItem():

11   Listitem getLastSelectedItem(List<Listitem> items, String itemid){
12       for (org.zkoss.zul.Listitem listitem : items) {
13           if (listitem.getAttribute("itemid").equals(itemid)) 
14               return listitem;
15      return new Listitem();
16    }

"getLastSelectedItem()" is use for select the last edited row in listbox.
Problem is when i call "getLastSelectedItem()"
it always make an error NullPointer in line 13...
but No problem when i call "getLastSelectedItem()" if i call that using button event for example.
it seems listitem no been set by "EmployeesListModelItemRenderer" class.
are this because the listitem still in process rendering?
where i should call "getLastSelectedItem()"?

Thx.

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answered 2009-12-30 03:27:02 +0800

terrytornado gravatar image terrytornado flag of Germany
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updated 2009-12-30 03:28:03 +0800

Hi mahiMahi,

only a hint for selecting a known Object as a ListItem in a Listbox:


myListBox.setModel(new ListModelList(getMyServiceDAO().getAList()));
myListBox.setItemRenderer(new myListModelItemRenderer());

// get the ListModelList back for this Listbox for work with it
ListModelList lml = (ListModelList) myListBox.getModel();

// get Object that we want to select in the Listbox
Branche branche = customer.getBranche();

// select the ListItem in the Listbox by an integerPosition by getting
// it's position in the corresponding ListModelList (lml)
myListBox.setSelectedIndex( lml.indexOf( branche ));

best
Stephan

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answered 2009-12-30 05:04:26 +0800

mahiMahi gravatar image mahiMahi
12 1

Hi Sthepan,
That's work!!!.
Nice hint.
So just use lstbox.setSelectedIndex(int index)
by using lstmodel.indexOf(object) for the index
instead of lstbox.setSelectedItem(Listitem item)
by assign and checking attribute value through the item.

Thanks,
Fadhlan

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answered 2010-08-18 22:04:32 +0800

joredva gravatar image joredva
69

Hi Sthepan,

I tried the example but the sentence lml.indexOf(lang) always returns -1
In debug mode I can see that the variable lang is within lml but still not found
What I'm doing wrong
This is the code

lbox_catIdCatalogo.setModel(new ListModelList(getAvanteGTHService().getItemsCatalogo(Sistema.CATALOGO_MASTER,0)));
lbox_catIdCatalogo.setItemRenderer(new CatalogosDropDownListModelItemRenderer());

ListModelList lml = (ListModelList) lbox_catIdCatalogo.getModel();
AvCatalogos lang = getAvanteGTHService().getItemByCatalogoAndIdDato(Sistema.CATALOGO_MASTER, itemCatalogo.getVidcatalogo(),0 );

int ff = lml.indexOf(lang);

lbox_catIdCatalogo.setSelectedIndex(lml.indexOf(lang));

Is there another way to Select Listitem in Listbox

Thanks

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answered 2010-08-18 23:44:00 +0800

TonyQ gravatar image TonyQ
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updated 2010-08-18 23:47:05 +0800

first i think you need to check the list from "getAvanteGTHService().getItemsCatalogo(Sistema.CATALOGO_MASTER,0)" contains the lang ?

if there exist , you may check this below

for java docs explain the behavior in list ,
http://download.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/api/java/util/List.html#indexOf(java.lang.Object)
http://download.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/api/java/lang/Object.html#equals(java.lang.Object)

it is talking about List.indexOf will call object.equals to check if the object is equals ,
and the equals method inherits from Object is default to compare with instance.


I guess the problem is , this one instance in list is not same as lang ,
so if you dont overwirte the equals , it will think that is not same object in list. so you got a message for -1 ( item not found )


if you can modifly the AvCatalogos class , you should try to overwrite equals method to make sure it will work correctly.
or just try the simple way , to iterate over collections and compare each object by yourself.

i think there may be some field about "id" or something you can use.

just like


lml.indexOf(lang)

int index = 0 ;
for(int i=0;i<lml.size();++i){
        AvCatalogos  item = (AvCatalogos ) lml.get(i);
       if(item.getId() == lang.getId()){   
               index = il 
      }
}

// dosomething with index 

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answered 2010-08-19 06:03:35 +0800

terrytornado gravatar image terrytornado flag of Germany
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updated 2010-08-19 06:03:48 +0800

It's exactly like TonyQ said.

Look at your bean class and let Eclipse generate the hashCode and equals method for you.

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answered 2010-08-20 00:09:22 +0800

joredva gravatar image joredva
69

Thanks Terrytornado and TonyQ

Now work,
I add this code in Avcatalogos class

@Override

public int hashCode() {

final int prime = 31;

int result = 1;

result = prime * result + iiditemcatalogo;

return result;

}

@Override

public boolean equals(Object obj) {

if (this == obj)

return true;

if (obj == null)

return false;

if (getClass() != obj.getClass())

return false;

AvCatalogos other = (AvCatalogos) obj;

if (iiditemcatalogo != other.iiditemcatalogo)

return false;

return true;

}

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