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Darren Bond

Inline Editing WooCommerce Attribute – table.js error

Using Admin Columns Pro (v5.3.2) with your WooCommerce addon (v3.5.4) on WooCommerce v4.7.0.

I’ve added some attribute columns to the products and enabled inline editing for them.

When I select the pencil icon to edit the attribute, I click into the field to start typing to search for my term but it just says “searching…” and nothing appears.

I’ve noticed in Chrome dev tools that when I click into the field to search for my term, the following error appears in the console:

table.js?ver=1605617427:26 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'dataset' of undefined
    at Object.data (table.js?ver=1605617427:26)
    at AjaxAdapter.query (select2.js?ver=1.0:3313)
    at Select2.<anonymous> (select2.js?ver=1.0:5070)
    at Select2.Observable.invoke (select2.js?ver=1.0:614)
    at Select2.Observable.trigger (select2.js?ver=1.0:604)
    at Select2.trigger (select2.js?ver=1.0:5167)
    at Select2.open (select2.js?ver=1.0:5187)
    at Select2.toggleDropdown (select2.js?ver=1.0:5178)
    at DecoratedClass.<anonymous> (select2.js?ver=1.0:5010)
    at DecoratedClass.Observable.invoke (select2.js?ver=1.0:614)

Any idea why this happening?

10 months, 1 week ago
Stefan
Developer

Thanks for your message.
I’m not sure why this happens, and I’m not able to reproduce the issue with the latest WC version and Admin Columns version. Can you try to create a new column set, start clean and try to add some of the attribute column one-by-one to see if the issue occurs on the first attribute column you add?

10 months, 1 week ago
Darren Bond

Thanks, creating a new column set fixed whatever the issue was.

10 months, 1 week ago
Stefan
Developer

OK, I’m glad that the issue is solved.
Maybe some of the settings were corrupt.
Anyway, if it happens again, please let me know so we can work towards a more ‘sustainable’ fix :)

10 months ago

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