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    Filtering slickgrid's

    I just recently tried to implement slickgrids that filter with a slick dataview.

    This broke all my other existing slickgrids - due to version differences.

    I'm almost tempted to re-start the entire web site with that grid working and in place first and then add my stuff around it.

    Specifically I'm having hard time with this statement

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    g_rdr_objGrid[objWebParam.gridoffset].setSelectionModel(new Slick.RowSelectionModel());
    I'm having a hard time finding a current version of slickgrid and it's components that supports .setSelectionModel.

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    Re: Filtering slickgrid's

    Has anyone looked into example 4 and trying to get that to work...

    http://mleibman.github.com/SlickGrid...le4-model.html

    I believe that the DATAVIEW is really a non-slickgrid example of how to make a JS dataview.

    Does anyone have the time to look at this link and look at the slick.dataview.js and confirm that is the fact - that I can just as easily start building my own JS DATAVIEW with filtering as long as I link the SOURCE of the slickgrid to that DATAVIEW.

    Complicated stuff

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