ADF- Iterator and Where Clause

Hi all:
How can I do where clause on the iterator?
Thanks in advance.

Hi,
you want two iterators that point to the same VO. One would be in find mode so you can put in query data and one that is linked to the table to show the result set.
The manual covers this: http://download-uk.oracle.com/docs/html/B25947_01/web_search_bc.htm#CIHEIJBI
Frank

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