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onFilter function in table does not work nicely with RangePicker #12284

piuccio opened this Issue Sep 18, 2018 · 0 comments


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piuccio commented Sep 18, 2018

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I'm trying to use a DatePicker.RangePicker as a custom filter inside a Table and I've implemented the custom filter function as

   onChange={(value) => { setSelectedKeys([value]); confirm(); }

However setSelectedKeys uses setState and confirm reads the same value from state, so when setState is asynchronous, the confirm will use the previous value of selected keys, not the new value.

The solution for now is to use a setTimeout but that's not very nice, maybe a better way would be to change setSelectedKeys to accept an optional callback that can be passed to setState

  setSelectedKeys = ({ selectedKeys }: { selectedKeys: string[] }, callback) => {
    this.setState({ selectedKeys }, callback);

What is expected?

I expect the dropdown filter to work all the times

What is actually happening?

Often the table doesn't filter correctly because it uses stale data

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