I've tried to set a token for a $foo$-variable in javascritp using the context.set-method, but it doesn't work as expected - here is an example, what I've done (simplified).
var context = this.getContext(); context.set("foofoo", "bla"); console.log(context); // Within that object - "foofoo" is set to "bla" var context1 = this.getContext(); console.log(context1); // no "foofoo" key
I'm new at developing with sideview, so I think, I missed some methods or I have a logical knot in my brain 🙂
So I'd take a step back and read the Sideview docs, ask a separate question about what you're trying to do. Often I find people trying to make a custom module when they can get the same goal achieved with the out-of-the-box modules. It's not always obvious how odd modules like ValueSetter ResultsValueSetter and Multiplexer et al can work together to do "strange" use cases, but between all of them, they cover a lot of ground.
But... to answer your direct question, the way you change the context for downstream modules is by returning the modified context object from a module's getModifiedContext method. That is the only (sane) way. You can think of getContext() as "give me the context that rolls up everything all my upstream modules know about the world". And getModifiedContext() as "if/when my downstream modules asked me for a context, what do I give them".
and one more thing - if you really do end up needing some custom JS for your use case, you should start with the CustomBehavior stuff. It'll me harder to shoot yourself in the foot and it'll make your code a little cleaner compared to raw JS.
OK. So you're already a pretty advanced Sideview/Splunk user if you're comfortable with the Table Embedding feature and you're able to make a custom module. Awesome. To grab values like $row.field.fieldName$, you'll get a context with
this.getContext(), and then call `context.get("row.fields.fieldName"). On the other hand to pass new key values downstream, you need to keep selected bits and bobs as internal properties an dthen implement getModifiedContext() on your custom module. Within your getModifiedContext, get a context, set() the keys, and return the context.
thank you for your support!
As I said, I'm not very familiar with all that sideview-moduls, but I try to learn more 🙂
Regarding that usecase I need :
Hope you can help me!
Kind regards, Robert