Here's a fairly crude way to achieve this:
<form> <fieldset submitButton="true"> <input type="radio" token="choice"> <choice value="| stats count | eval search = "search 1"">Search 1</choice> <choice value="| stats count | eval search = "search 2"">Search 2</choice> <choice value="| stats count | eval search = "search 3"">Search 3</choice> </input> </fieldset> <row> <table> <searchString>$choice$</searchString> </table> </row> </form>
yes like if a radio button is selected form inputs,search button and panel has to display . on clicking the search button, search corresponds to that radio button has to execute and the result has to display in the table. same senario holds good for other radio button.
on clicking the radio button form inputs has to display, user has to provide the inputs and the search result should be based on the form inputs.
on moving to the next radio button table should become empty (ie) table should not show any previous searches. how can i do this?