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Catching events from a specific element

Hello Experts,

on a dataflow line I can specify select event form source element (it will be just "select") and I can specify event from all elements (it will be "*select"), but how can I specify a select event from a specific table? I have tried:

tablenameselect

tablename.select

tablename@select

\[tablename\]select

\[tablename\].select

\[tablename\]@select

none of the above variants works.

Or maybe you can show me how to solve this problem from another side. How can I trigger some custom action when a row is selected in a table (so I will later specify *customaction in dataflow line)?

Thanks for your answers!

Best Regards,

Artsiom Anichenka

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 08:04 AM

    Hi,

    I would use a custom actions.

    Regards

    Anja

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    • Anja,

      let me describe it to you on users/roles example

      on design board I have:

      - Table with with userIDs (DataStore is connected to this table via select event, so currently selected user is always stored)

      - DataShare with all the user-role pairs

      - out port of DataShare is connected to a Filter (where the filtering is done based on UserID stored in DataStore, described above)

      - out port of the Filter is connected to Table where the roles of the selected user need to be displayed

      What I need is when the user is selected in the first table, it's roles should be displayed in second table. I can achieve it with adding a button to first table with custom action and than specifing this action on the connection between DataShare and Filter.

      It is working fine, but I am wondering is it possible to skip this additional step of pressing the button and display roles right after the user is selected?

      Thanks!

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