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10 October 2012 at 11:39pm
As per the title:
Why is TableListField's pagination disabled on a readonly transformation?
On a system I'm working on there may be many thousands of records on the many side of a one-many join, and if someone can't edit but can view the record on the one-side they are shown (or at least the system attempts to show them) a non-paginated list of these records, which is unmanageable at best and completely rubbish when the server crashes out during the generation of a list thousands of records long that we didn't want in the first place anyway.
Having traced this back in TableListField's history, this seems to be from before the open-sourcing of SS, so I was just wondering about the justification behind this.
5 December 2012 at 5:22am
* Bump *
Any chance of a reply on this?
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