Check Box Set Selector

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1 Introduction

The Check Box Set Selector widget lets you use a list of check boxes for your reference set. It supports multiple display attributes and looks the same as a reference set selector.

1.1 Typical Usage Scenario

  • Quickly set or adjust a reference set without having to go through pop-up windows and buttons
  • Show multiple attributes of the objects for a reference set

1.2 Features

  • Show multiple display attributes
  • Show the display attributes over a one-deep association

1.3 Limitations

  • Does not support dynamic sorting by clicking the headers
  • The on-change microflow only receives the context object
  • No paging is available

2 Properties

2.1 Data source

  • Association – the reference set association, starting from the data view object
  • XPath Constraint – an XPath constraint on the possible objects that are shown (note that a reference set can contain objects not shown because of this constraint if set elsewhere)
  • Sort attribute – the attribute on which to sort the list
  • Sort order – the order in which the list should be sorted
  • Limit – the limit to the number of objects shown to prevent the widget from becoming too large (leave 0 for unlimited)

2.2 Appearance > Display Attribute

  • Header text – The text used for the header of the column
  • Attribute – the attribute that is to be shown
  • Width – the width of the column for this display attribute in pixels or percentage
  • Currency type – lets you display the attribute as a currency (leave on None if not applicable)

You must designate at least one Display Attribute (with Header text and Attribute included), or else the widget might block the page or pop-up window from loading.

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