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Display a particular row in datatables 1.9.2 with server side processing

Use datatables 1.9.2 with server side processing:
oTable = $('myTable').dataTable({
					"bProcessing": true,
					"bServerSide": true,
					"bStateSave": false,
					"bAutoWidth:":false,
					"sAjaxSource":”myServerCodeFile.xxx"
				});

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Also I have a window that for editing and adding new records that submits the data through ajax and just updates the table rather than refreshing the page.  Before I was not using server side processing but had to switch due to the large volume of records.  Previously I updated records with the following code, the top for new records and the bottom for updateds
//add new record and display that record
oTable.fnAddDataAndDisplay(aData,true);
	
//update a record and keep it displayed 
oTable.fnUpdate(row,rowIndex.value,undefined,true,true);
oTable.fnDisplayRow(aNodes);
		
 

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However, now that I’m using serverside the display portion of the above functions do not work (which is expected I believe).  Is there an alternative API call to accomplish this for serverside tables or any examples of how to accomplish.  The page can refresh but I would like to get the user back to the record with the same filtering they had on the table.
Thanks!
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HyperBPP
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Meir RivkinFull stack Software EngineerCommented:
before calling the ajax service, save the row number in your client and update selected row when call is back.
as to the filtering, why can;t you apply the same filtering on server side?
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