Releasing Rusty

May 7 2013

Rusty Malinosky drops bombs in this new edit from Patrick Wieland.  Patrick is one of the best videographers in the business, pumping out everything from the full length Slingshot team video Lipsmack, to BoardCo's own wakeboard and wakesurf edits over the past 2 years.  His style is unique and his ability to capture the essence of wakeboarding is second to none.  Mix that kind of talent with the raw power of Rusty Malinosky and you truly have something special.  Enjoy Releasing Rusty.


Amazing Technique (3/23/2015 5:15:00 AM)
Rusty is really amazing. Watching him doing the techniques, even on different footage is breath-taking. His very unique style is what distinguishes him from the rest! My friends at <a href="">Athlete network</a> will be excited to see his videos. Thank you!

Lindsay Isaiah - California
Hi,I am trying to ce (3/27/2015 11:06:00 PM)
Hi,I am trying to cetrae rowSet (Secondary) which should filter out rows that are updated in ViewObject from UI (probably transient attribute updation). I tried to set the quey mode of the viewObject to "ViewObject.QUERY_MODE_SCAN_VIEW_ROWS" and tried executing the query and get the rowSet. But instead of providing the filtered vlaued form the ViewObject, it queries form database and provide me false rowSet as follows,ViewObject view = this.getEmp1();RowSet rowSet = view.createRowSet(null); //secondary rowSetrowSet.setNamedWhereClauseParam("BindFirstName","Jenifer");view.setQueryMode(ViewObject.QUERY_MODE_SCAN_VIEW_ROWS);rowSet.executeQuery();System.out.println(rowSet.getEstimatedRowCount());Instead of me getting 2 in the sop I get 107 as result. But I am able to see my updated records in the ViewObject. Is there a way to get out a filtered secondary row set form the updated transient values.Regards,Vijai

Mohamed - rWaGxaYVs3lx
Hi,Yes, detail VO is (3/28/2015 5:08:00 PM)
Hi,Yes, detail VO is<a href=""> faetsr</a> - is using data from cache, there is no separate SQL execution."Retain View Link Accessor Rowset" this option is good for another reason - for ADF trees. When user opening and collapsing same node - it will keep node children in memory.I will double check your second question about accessor changes and will get back.Andrejus

Ibnu - AnNIH77If6p
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