flat-fuchsia
flat-fuchsia13mo ago

Custom data-provider for same resource and "useTable" for different http requests

I need to build a custom data provider for fetching data from my API. My use case requires me to show a table with each table row having a show button. If a show button is pressed, forwards to a different view and renders a new table (loading data by calling a different endpoint). My first table works and I am now trying to trigger the other endpoint and render the second table. As I understand, I need to use the "useTable" hook, which triggers the "getList" method from the dataProvider. Since I can only have 1 getList method in the dataProvider, how can i make this "useTable" hit the http request i need, so i can pass the data with {...tableProps} ? Is it possible to make the "useTable" hook trigger a specific method? I've been through documentation and checking examples but no luck. Any help, please
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kapa.ai13mo ago
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rare-sapphire
rare-sapphire13mo ago
@jaco0670 Does the table that pops up after clicking it belong to another resource?
rising-crimson
rising-crimson13mo ago
@jaco0670 If the other table is another resource then you can create another dataProvider for that. That’s what I am doing too for a similar usecase
flat-fuchsia
flat-fuchsia13mo ago
I ended up doing that, yes . Thanks for your help