Dashboards & Visualizations

How to specify an or clause to display a panel

kikiBen12
Engager

Hi,

I have a panel in an xml dashboard and 2 dropdown inputs that are populated by a search and have a value corresponding to none which is the default value.

I want to display the panel if at least one of the input have a different value than the default.
I have made a token for each input which is set when a value different from none is selected and unset when the default value is chosen.

I have thought at the depends attribute to a panel to which I pass my 2 tokens. But the problem is that the depends attribute is performing an AND clause to the tokens given. The thing I want is an OR clause to the depends attribute or an AND clause to the rejects attribute.

Anyone as an idea to resolve this problem ?

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1 Solution

Without XML snippet it would be tough, but let me try

Assuming two dropdown as field1 and field2, you can code the following change event

For field1 dropdown

  <change>
     <condition match"$value$==&quot;none&quot; AND $field2$==&quot;none&quot;">
         <unset token="hidePanel"></unset>
     </condition>
     <condition>
         <set token="hidePanel">true</set>
     </condition>
  </change>

For field2 dropdown

  <change>
     <condition match"$value$==&quot;none&quot; AND $field1$==&quot;none&quot;">
         <unset token="hidePanel"></unset>
     </condition>
     <condition>
         <set token="hidePanel">true</set>
     </condition>
  </change>

Then use hidePanel in for the panel as depends token.

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View solution in original post

Without XML snippet it would be tough, but let me try

Assuming two dropdown as field1 and field2, you can code the following change event

For field1 dropdown

  <change>
     <condition match"$value$==&quot;none&quot; AND $field2$==&quot;none&quot;">
         <unset token="hidePanel"></unset>
     </condition>
     <condition>
         <set token="hidePanel">true</set>
     </condition>
  </change>

For field2 dropdown

  <change>
     <condition match"$value$==&quot;none&quot; AND $field1$==&quot;none&quot;">
         <unset token="hidePanel"></unset>
     </condition>
     <condition>
         <set token="hidePanel">true</set>
     </condition>
  </change>

Then use hidePanel in for the panel as depends token.

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kikiBen12
Engager

Thanks it help me so much ! I didn't think about doing think like this

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@kikiBen12... Glad this one worked for you 🙂

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rjthibod
Champion

It is probably easier and more efficient to get a clear answer if you can share the actual XML.

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