We can use RemoveDeletedObjects function to removed pages from the pagelist. In the above scenario, loop through the pagelist and set pyDeletedObject to true on pages that need to be removed, and then use the function to remove the required pages.
Please find the below screenshot for a sample implementation.
The RemoveDeletedObjects suggestion from Pavan is a good approach.
The reason for the IndexOutOfBoundsException is that after deleting a row, the processing will continue beyond the length of the list because the list size has changed during the looping and the engine is trying to process an instance that is no longer there. To avoid this, you could loop backwards. However, I'd also recommend the RemoveDeletedObjects approach.
Posted: 2 years ago
Posted: 6 Apr 2020 20:59 EDT
Chakri Payyavula (ChakriP8)
To avoid the indexing issue, I use a temporary list that is populated by the condition that I want and then overwrite the original list with my temporary list as explained below.
I create another pagelist as 'tempCategoryList' of type 'Code-Pega-List' of the same class as my pyCategoryList, which I clear out the 'tempCategoryList' using Page-Remove.
I loop through my original Category List class pyCategoryList.pxResults and based on a certain condition, I use Page-Copy that copies that particular page (here pxResult(3)) to my temporary list (as tempCategoryList.pxResults(<APPEND>))
At this point my tempCategoryList has ONLY the pxResult(3) as the WHEN condition is satisfied and my pyCategoryList has all the five records.
On my last step I again Page-Copy my tempCateoryList into the original pyCategoryList, in essence I overwrite the original List which had five records and now has only the one record that I need.
Posted: 2 years ago
Posted: 8 Apr 2020 10:26 EDT
David Picariello (picada)
Senior Manager, Software Engineering, Low-Code
There is no way to escape looping through the entire List and setting RemoveDeletedObjects even for very large lists.
One iteration of the entire list is required for both scenarios i.e what I did and what you suggested using RemoveDeletedObjects.
My approach differs in that I create a new pagelist and the new pagelist I can create holds only ONE record (or a few depending on my WHEN rule).
Could you explain WHY memory size will be doubled and CPU will be increased by just creating a new pagelist and that too of a of a miniscule size, as there is no escaping iterating over a list in both scenarios (step 4 of Pavan's screen shot and looping over pyCategoryList.pxResults in my screenshot).