• Maciej Szleminski
    October 7, 2016 at 7:05 am #2832


    I have a table with buttons that I want to use instead of table selections, so that user can just click one of the buttons, in the row he wants to select, to proceed to the next coach.

    I have the button in the table, and on the human service diagram the button is bound to the boundary event exiting the coach and moving to the next one.

    I also know that by using button’s onClick with me.ui.getIndex() i can get the index of the clicked button – but that button doesn’t cause the coach to move to the next screen.

    So, how can I bind the button correctly so that the next coach is invoked when either of the buttons in the table is clicked?

    Have a great day,

    SPARK Support
    October 7, 2016 at 9:54 am #2833

    Hi Maciej,

    I set up a test scenario with the table button bound to the boundary even in the diagram view.  Then used a data control bound to a private variable to contain the index of the records.  For the button’s click event, the following code will set the index and trigger the boundary event:

    ${../Data1}.setData(me.ui.getIndex());return true;

    Please let me know if this solves the issue.


    Stephen P.

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