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Repeating Table - Delete all rows and add back one Default row

Last post 06-03-2013 08:27 AM by GregE. 0 replies.
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  • 06-03-2013 08:27 AM

    • GregE
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    • Norcross, GA
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    Repeating Table - Delete all rows and add back one Default row

     I have a browser form where a repeating table is programmatically populated with many rows.  I use the first row for the user input that a clicked event uses to create the rows.  I need the functionality to reset this repeating table so the user can start over again.  Because of the user experience I cannot use the 'Allow user to add a row' functionality'  I tried using xmlWriter but I would need to go through every columns (there are more than 40 columns in this repeating table) to set a new default row ... yuck! I didn't want to do that.

    Here is my current C# code:

    public void NewResetHiddenUntilSubmitted_Clicked(object sender, ClickedEventArgs e)


             XPathNavigator root = MainDataSource.CreateNavigator();

             // Count the amount of Rents nodes

             XPathNodeIterator iter = root.Select(



              int rentsNodesCount = iter.Count;        

             // Retrieve the first Rents node Starting at the first row

             XPathNavigator firstRentsNodeNav =



             // Retrieve the last Rents node

            XPathNavigator lastRentsNodeNav =

            root.SelectSingleNode("/my:RepeatingTable[" +

           rentsNodesCount.ToString() + "]",


           // Delete the range of nodes from the first to the last nodes


           //This is where I need to add back one default row


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