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Damien Edison

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Hi,

after marking a file as merged in eclise, is there a way of unmarking it?

Best regards
Damien

Tim Holloway wrote:I don't quite follow all that - it sounds like you want to have 1 column that acts like 2 columns. But you might want to look at the RichFaces extended datatable control. It has a fairly rich set of both formatting and sorting options, and RichFaces and Tomahawk can co-exist fairly well (I'm doing that right now).



Yes that is correct. I want to place the name and date in the same column with the date on top. This because I want to save table witdh as I will have a lot of more columns not introduced in the example code. Thanks for your answers, I'll look into the RichFaces extended datatable control.

/Dejmien
11 years ago
JSF
Hi!

I have built a datatable using jsf and tomahawk. It looks somewhat simplyfied like this:



As you can see a have a backing bean called testUseCaseBean used to retrieve the transactions that populates the table. What I would like to do is to split the heading (Name / date) of this first column (only one visable in the example) and fil it with both both name and date in each row. Then I would like to be able to sort the column clicking either date or name. The problem for me is that only one header is allowed and that each sortable column only can send one value to the useCaseBean.

Does anyone know if there is a solution for this using jsf?
11 years ago
JSF