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Perhaps I should use a different control for the 2nd list since it is only one column? Still, I'm not sure how to filter it at this point.
Can anyone help with this?
"ColdSun" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can anyone help with this?
Maybe this will be close enough:
I've looked at that and I'm not really sure I need all that and that it makes sense to me. Thank you so much for trying to help. Can anyone else take a stab at it? The combo box stuff has me confused. I'm guessing I only need pieces of this to do this.
Basically, what Amy's example shows, is using the filterFunction property of the ArrayCollection to filter the rows. filterFunction takes a reference of a function, that's called for each row in the ArrayCollection and it returns a boolean deciding whether you want to keep this row or not.
once filter has been applied, you need to call refrehs() function to see the changes.