How do I set the state of dynamic panel on next page.
Form a page the button should bring user back to another page within a specific panel.
you can use a variable when you leave the page to remember the selection and "on page load" event for showing a specific panel.
1. Before the "link to" action, add an "set value" event and save the state that you want in a variable.
2. On the other screen, create an "on page load" event with a conditional expression, one for each state.
On a page aI have a dynamic panel wich is not the Default panel. On that Panel I have an action that redirect to another page. Form that new page I have to chose an option and then click on select button .
There is a Cancel button - I can not use the Event Link to previous because the system redirects to the Default Panel and not the previous view.
So I need to link my Cancel Button to a page and to specify in which panel I want the system to display.
Can I do that with the set value?
thank you for your help
take a look to this example: https://www.justinmind.com/usernote/t...
Just add a set value action to save the information of the dynamic panel into a variable before the link to action.
To load a specific panel, just create an "on page load" event, with a conditional expression. The "dps2" is a variable.
If you want to see how it has done, you can download here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7lv6xazgjs...
Sorry But I really don't understand
Screen A. has 5 panels (12345). Panel 5 has a button (button 5.1) that links to another screen (Screen B).
From Screen B I have a button (Button B.2 ) which should ridirects to Panel 5.
So where do I put my Set value, variable and the On page load?
Do Justinmind has a tutorial for this type of interaction?
thanks for your help
The set value action must be inserted on the click action, just before the "link to".
The "on page load" action is to set active the panel, depending where you came from.
Download the vp file example that I shared with you in the previous answer.
Can I send you an exemple that match my prototype?
Yes, sure. Send it to email@example.com
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